1.2 million-sq.-ft. mixed-use project one-month out from opening

BY Melonie Messina

Cincinnati — Steiner + Associates and Bucksbaum Retail Properties released the names of 24 additional retailers to join super-regional, mixed-use Liberty Center in Cincinnati, which is scheduled for a grand opening on Oct. 22.

The 64 acre, 1.2 million sq. ft. Liberty Center is located at the junction of the Liberty Way Interchange at I-75 and SR 129 in Cincinnati. The project includes more than 800,000 sq. ft. of retail, restaurants and entertainment, 75,000 sq. ft. of office space, 240 luxury apartments and the 130-key hotel.

“We are very pleased to be announcing this latest group of retailers,” said Anne Mastin, executive VP for Steiner + Associates. “These merchants and restaurateurs will be joining the other 68 retailers we announced in July and will bring additional diversity and energy to our line-up.” Mastin also noted that the companies plan to make more announcements in the weeks ahead.

First-to-market Cantina Laredo Mexican restaurant and Coopers Hawk Winery & Restaurants will join Ohio’s first ground up Dillard’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods new concept, the AC Hotel by Marriott, Cheesecake Factory, Levity Live Comedy Club, Banana Republic, Chico’s, The Limited, Victoria’s Secret and more.

Newly announced tenants include:

Cantina Laredo
Coopers Hawk
Dakota Watch
David’s Tea
Dead Sea Salt Skin Products
Delhi Christmas Store
Eddie Bauer
Hot Topic
Infinity Scarves
Journeys Kidz
Popcorn Pizzazz
Rookwood Pottery
Ruby’s Chocolates
Santa’s Pen
Silver Mountain Jewelry
Smari Designs
Smart Massager
Sunglass Hut

“The anticipation of the Liberty Center grand opening in the region has been unlike anything we have ever experienced,” said Anne Mastin, executive VP for Steiner + Associates. “We knew that this market was hungry for a vibrant, mixed-use environment, but we could not have predicted the level of enthusiasm this community has for our vision and our retail mix.”


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