LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- The $350 million Liberty Center is welcoming its next wave of tenants, 11 new businesses set to open in the coming months, the Journal-News reports.
Children’s Place, a specialty retailer offering children’s apparel in sizes newborn to 14 as well as accessories, is scheduled to open Nov. 1 at 7100 Foundry Row, Suite 224.
LensCrafters is scheduled to open Oct. 14 at 7630 Blake Street next to Dillards. It will be the chain’s 11th store in the Cincinnati area and will offer eyeglasses and sunglasses, as well as eye exams.
Hannoush Jewelers, a family-owned chain retailer offering jewelry, including engagement rings and diamond necklaces, is scheduled to open Nov. 18 at 7154 Maus Lane. The chain has locations at Kenwood Towne Centre, Northgate Mall, Tri-County Mall and Eastgate Mall, among more than 50 company-owned and franchised locations nationwide.
Pure MD Lasers & Cosmetics is set to open Dec. 30 at 7100 Foundry Row, Suite 212. The website for its Beavercreek location said Pure MD locations offer SmartLipo (laser liposuction)/fat transfer, facial rejuvenation procedures, laser procedures, Botox/Xeomin and filler treatments.
Aveda Pure Concept Salon & Spa is slated to open Feb. 15 at 7635 Gibson Street. With existing locations in Deerfield Twp. and the Kenwood/Montgomery area, the business offers hair, skin, body and nail care, as well as waxing and tanning services and children’s services for guests 10 years old and younger.
Liberty Center Dental Care is expected to debut at 7570 Bales Street, Suite 370, in late October.
Banana Republic is confirmed as coming to Liberty Center, but officials with the center said a specific location or opening date are yet to be finalized.
Businesses the Journal-News previously reported were coming to Liberty Center — Moochie & Co.(7131 Foundry Row), Homage (7539 Bales Street) and Talbots (7555 Gibson Street) — are scheduled to open on Sept. 30, Nov. 18 and Nov. 22, respectively.
Moochie & Co sells toys, treats, apparel and accessories for dogs and cats, as well as items for their owners. Homage features retro and vintage clothing store, while Talbots offers classic clothing styles for women.
Cantina Laredo, a new Mexican restaurant is scheduled to open Sept. 27 at 7125 Fountain View Drive, according to Liberty Center officials.