Bridgewater Falls is set to welcome three new retailers in the coming few months, according to Matthew Chudoba, manager of RPT Realty, which owns and operates Bridgewater Falls.
“We are very excited to add these new retailers to the merchandising mix at Bridgewater Falls and provide our customers in-and-around Hamilton with greater selection and diversity,” Chudoba said. “These new leases help us strengthen our small shop occupancy percentage, which is a core part of our go-forward strategy.”
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The shopping center, which s about 92 percent occupied, welcomed this month the opening of Burgerim, a California-based fast-food franchise. Here’s what else is coming soon:
Paradigm Beauty is set to open in early March at 3373 Princeton Road next to L&T Nails, according to owner Kristen Money, of Fairfield Twp.
Money, a lash and brow artist, said she has 16 years of experience in the beauty industry and loves her profession, so much so that she decided to open her own studio to share her passion with as many people as possible.
Paradigm Beauty will offer a variety of beauty-related services including waxing, eyelash extension, microblading, skin care, eyebrow and lip threading, lash tints and lash lifts, which give natural lashes a semi-permanent curl lasting 6 to 8 weeks.
The store is working to finalize hours and will be open Tuesday to Saturday. Money said she continues to hire beauty professionals to join her team.
For more information, call 513-884-4993 or visit www.facebook.com/paradigmbeautystudio.
Orange Theory Fitness
Orange Theory Fitness is expected to open sometime in February at 3397 Princeton Road, Unit 105, between Sports Clips and AT&T Mobile in a storefront formerly occupied by Smashburger, according to studio manager Samantha Thomas, of Mason.
The 60-minute, heart-rate monitored interval training concept aims to help members lose weight, get toned and meet overall fitness goals in a short amount of time, she said.
Participants burn from 500 to 1,000 calories per 60-minute training session, using a variety of equipment including treadmills, rowing machines, TRX suspension training and free weights.
As of last June, Orangetheory Fitness had expanded to more than 1,000 operating studios worldwide, in 49 states and 18 countries, Thomas said. That includes the United States, Canada, U.K., Australia, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Japan, Israel, Peru and Chile.
The company has more than 500 studios in the development pipeline and is the fastest-growing franchise companies, she said.
The new studio is offering a limited-time offer for those who are not currently a member of any Orange Theory Fitness location. The Fairfield Twp. location continues to hire coaches and sales associates and will include a staff of as many as 10 employees once it opens.
For more information, call 513-334-0511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carter’s, the largest branded marketer in North America of apparel exclusively for babies, toddlers and young children, will open sometime early this year next to Five Below.
Founded in 1865 by William Carter and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Carter’s owns the Carter’s and OshKosh B’gosh brands, which are sold in leading department stores, national chains, and specialty retailers, as well as through more than 1,000 company-operated stores in the United States, Canada, Mexico and online.