SouthPark’s shoppers have long said that given its size and the diversity of its tenant mix, this is the center with everything. Not quite – but we’re getting there! Already home to more than 170 stores, the seven-anchor, 1.65 million-square-foot mall in Strongsville, Ohio, has been busily adding to its more than 20 dining experiences with the opening of Bar Louie on October 28
And that’s on top of the debut of The Commons at SouthPark, the conversion of a former Giant Eagle supermarket into destination retail and a new Core Life Eatery restaurant, as well as the recent opening of The Rail. This spring and summer saw the debuts of such in-demand tenants as DSW, Michael’s, Fly Zone from Kid’s Foot Locker, and Vitamin Shoppe.
“These complementary shopping destinations provide a complete shopping experience for Ohioans,” says Edward Coury, senior vice president and director of leasing. “An already dominant shopping center has become more so as we serve Cleveland and beyond.”