Bed, Bath & Beyond and Buy Buy Baby to open new stores in Dayton area

Two new retailers are set to open in Sugarcreek Twp. in the fall of 2017.

Buy Buy Baby — a chain retailer offering an assortment of baby gear, furniture, clothes and toys — is set to open at 6134 Wilmington Pike in Sugarcreek Plaza, and will occupy 18,715 square feet. Bed, Bath & Beyond will open at the same time, and will occupy about 28,172 square feet. The space was formerly occupied by Cub Foods.

Bed, Bath & Beyond is a chain retail store that sells bedding, bath towels, kitchen electrics, cookware and storage items.

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PEBB Dayton LLC purchased the 63,000 square feet of space in January for $2.2 million, and the space is managed by Florida-based PEBB Enterprises. Aaron Zucker, director of leasing for PEBB Enterprises, told the Dayton Daily News that 16,000 square feet is still available in the balance of the space.

“We are in active negotiations with other leading national retailers for this site too,” he said.

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Zucker said the company is also wrapping up the redevelopment of a Cincinnati shopping area that features Michael’s, Homegoods and Stein Mart.

The former Cub Foods closed in 2012, as did its other location at 8245 Springboro Pike in Miamisburg. A total of 130 people lost their jobs, 58 at the Sugarcreek Twp. location alone.

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