Liberty Center, the $350 million mixed-use complex just off Interstate 75’s Liberty Way exit, is getting a slew of new businesses.
Those incoming tenants include Roosevelt’s Bar, Lotus Pad restaurant, Pure M.D. Lasers & Cosmetics and YIHI.
Roosevelt’s, the new bar concept from 4EG — Four Entertainment Group, is slated to open in the summer adjacent to CineBistro, and will be the first bar-only concept at Liberty Center. 4EG operates 15 bars in Cincinnati, including The Lackman and Lachey’s in Over-the-Rhine, and five in Chicago.
“Liberty Center is a thriving area for shopping, dining and entertainment,” Bob Deck, managing partner for 4EG, said in a statement. “We are thrilled to be the first bar-only concept at Liberty Center.”
Montana-based Lotus Pad, which offers organic Asian cuisine and Thai specialties, is scheduled to open in June on Gibson Street, two doors down from sMari Designs and on the same side of the street close to AC Marriott.
Pure M.D. Lasers & Cosmetics, slated to open this month on the upper level of The Foundry above Rodizio Grill, offers a number of body enhancement services from laser liposuction to Botox treatments.
YIHI restaurant, which will serve Asian cuisine, is set to open this month in The Foundry’s Food Hall, replacing Nori Japan.
“We look forward to these new concepts and restaurants joining our diverse line up of tenants at Liberty Center,” Kevin Cedik, general manager of Liberty Center, said in a statement. “We know our guests, residents and office tenants will enjoy this variety in shopping and dining experiences.”
Liberty Center, in the last year, also has welcomed five new office tenants, including Baird Investment Management, Liberty Center Dental Care-Dr. Erik Snell D.D.S., Northwestern Mutual Insurance, RE/MAX Victory Real Estate and Tier 1 Holdings.