A household furnishings keep is relocating to the Richland Town Center, upcoming to the new Ulta Magnificence retail store that is set to open shortly.
Ulta is slated to open up by mid-September, Pennswood Industrial broker of history Bob Varner claimed.
And a lease has been totally executed for Altmeyer’s Dwelling Keep to transfer from the Bel-Air Plaza, 850 Scalp Ave., to a 12,000-sq.-foot spot at the endcap of Ulta.
Altmeyer’s specializes in the sale of domestics, delicate property furnishings, window curtains, draperies, bedding, kitchen area extras and location rugs.
“They have been a staple in the location for many yrs, and will be a all-natural enhance to the city heart,” Varner explained in a push launch.
“We’ve labored diligently around the very last couple a long time to carry a good team of new tenants to the middle.”
Former tenant Bed Bath & Further than moved out of the middle in 2019, opening spaces for Ulta and Altmeyer’s.
There are additional keep spaces accessible in the heart – former Costume Barn and Payless places – at the conclusion of the strip reverse Ulta and Altmeyer’s long term spot.
Varner stated he is finalizing leases to fill individuals as nicely.
Richland City Middle is house to just about 500,000 sq. feet of retail room with much more than 30 outlets, shops or eateries, which include a Walmart Supercenter, Very best Acquire, TJ Maxx, Starbucks, Panera Bread, Five Men and Chili’s.
Altmeyer’s relocation will open up house at the Bel-Air Plaza on Scalp Avenue, which also incorporates Harbor Freight Tools and Dollar General.
Bel-Air Plaza, previously owned by Zamias Services, was marketed last calendar year to Jim Fox, franchisor of Fox’s Pizza.
Fox mentioned he is working to convey in new tenants and revitalize the plaza.
Russ O’Reilly is a reporter for The Tribune-Democrat. Abide by him on Twitter @RussellOReilly.