Retail stores, restaurants and service centers are part of new development plans for Bowles Crossing. The plan also calls for a refreshed exterior and multi-family development near the shopping …
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Retail stores, restaurants and service centers are part of new development plans for Bowles Crossing. The plan also calls for a refreshed exterior and multi-family development near the shopping center at Bowles Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard in Jefferson County.
“Bowles Crossing looks and feels very different than it did when we purchased the property in 2016, and have some exciting plans to continue the improvements to its curb appeal, as well as its overall development and expansion,” Taylor Alvey, vice president of leasing for Vestar, the Phoenix, Arizona, based company that manages the center, said in a news release. “In addition to our recently opened and upcoming stores and restaurants, we have a 240 units of multi-family housing breaking ground very soon, through our residential building partner Alliance. We're confident that this residential development will bring an influx of new traffic and investment to the area.”
The shopping center features more than 450,000 square feet of leasable space, serving a nearby resident population of more than 100,000, the news release said. It is home to an AMC Theater, Le Peep, Trader Joe's, Ross, DSW, Burlington, Red Robin, Sweet Tomatoes and Gordman's.
Recent and planned business openings include Corvus Coffee, Bishop's, Garbanzo, Jimmy John's, First Watch, Sleep Nation, Longhorn Steakhouse, Tuesday Morning, 303 Sports Grill and Vasa Fitness.
“These new developments are growing significant interest in the center, which is located in a fast-growing area. The corner of Wadsworth Boulevard and Bowles Avenue sees approximately 85,000 cars per day,” Alvey said in the release. “Our next focus for Bowles Crossing will be expanding our entertainment options. We want to create a real community hotspot that attracts local families and residents on many different levels.”
To learn more about Bowles Crossing, go to https://vestar.com/properties/bowles-crossing/
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