Celebration Pointe announced May 19 that nine tenants will move into this regional destination for entertainment, dining, shopping and personal services.
“Many of the newly announced businesses will be open in time for this fall’s grand opening of the first phase of the development’s Main Street, known as City Walk,” said Ralph Conti, co-managing member of Celebration Pointe Development Partners.
“We expect to make more announcements soon,” he said. “I’m bursting at the seams to share more tenant news. We have some marquee retailers coming into the project.”
The announcements for the live, work and play community west of I-75 and north of Archer Road include new locations for local restaurants Liquid Ginger and Reggae Shack Café.
Other new food and beverage tenants will include:
• MidiCi Pizza
• Liquid Ginger Restaurant
• Miller’s Ale House
• Reggae Shack Cafe
• Kilwins Quality Confections
• Lee Nails
• Azulene Day Spa
• Uniform Destination
• *Anonymous Bar & Grill* (Name undisclosed)
Kilwins Quality Confections, Lee Nails and Azulene Day Spa will offer consumers places to indulge themselves. Rounding out the group is Uniform Destination.
“This group we just announced represents not only many first-to-market tenants but also several well-established local and regional tenants who have chosen Celebration Pointe to expand and advance their business platforms into the future,” said Denny Moore, Celebration Pointe’s director of retail leasing.
Also opening in the fall will be a state-of-the-art Regal Theater that will include reserved luxury-seating, food and a bar. Info Tech expects to take occupancy of its new headquarter office building by June.
Construction is about to start on land immediately south of Main Street on one of several luxury apartment offerings in Celebration Pointe. These apartments will be available for occupancy summer 2018.
In June, work will begin on the 140-room Hotel Indigo, and it is expected to take one year. Work is underway on a five-story Class A office building, which is leasing up quickly, Conti said.
Bass Pro Shops, which opened in November, is attracting customers from a wide area.
“Many drivers are discovering the bridge that Celebration Pointe built, which provides an alternative to a highly-congested Archer Road on the east side of I-75,” he said. “You can avoid about six traffic lights and cut commuting time nearly in half by using the bridge. It’s a great piece of public infrastructure that addresses multi-modal uses.”
Celebration Pointe’s Main Street will open this fall.
The 5001 Celebration Pointe Avenue office building is under construction.
Graphics provided by Celebration Pointe