Tarrytown, N.Y. DLC Management Corp. has announced the grand opening of its 468,675-sq.-ft. Levittown Town Center, in Levittown, Pa.
Wal-Mart Supercenter, Ross Dress for Less and Famous Footwear, which celebrated their grand openings with the center, join newly opened KFC/Taco Bell, Sonic and Wachovia as well as an existing Home Depot.
Slated to open near the end of the year are Sally Beauty, Deb Shops, PCX Clothing Company, Advance Auto Parts, Sleepy’s, AT&T Wireless, Dollar Tree, Pets Plus and GameStop.
“We are very excited to have national, regional and local tenants joining us at Levittown Town Center,” said DLC’s Evan Podob, who is responsible for bringing the redeveloped Levittown Town Center to its current 89% occupancy.
DLC acquired the center in 1999, which was then the Levittown Mall. Prior to that it was known as the Shop-O-Rama pedestrian mall on the site of the Levittown planned community.
“We have taken an obsolete mall and turned it into an open-air center for the 21st century, with a stellar line up of best in class, value retailers, aligning the center with the needs of the local consumer in today’s economy,” said Adam Ifshin, DLC president.