More than a dozen new tenants opening at local mall

Round1 is set to open in the upcoming months.
Round1 is set to open in the upcoming months.

The Mall at Fairfield Commons is attracting more than a dozen tenants, some already open and some in the coming months.

Recently opened stores include a real estate office for the Jill Aldineh Team at Remax Victory, Holiday Traditions, Jo’s and T-shirt station, a store that will sell customized shirts.

NorCal Gypsy by Factory One, a rename of the former Factory One, also recently opened.

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Seasonally, Halloween City is currently filling the former Elder-Beerman box that has been vacant since the store closed more than a year ago. Go! Calendars, Games & Toys also opened again for the holiday season.

“We are excited to welcome several new stores to the center as they bring additional in-demand retail and service options to our guests” said Leanne Rubosky, general manager of The Mall at Fairfield Commons. “Our goal is to add diverse tenants while we continue to enhance the overall experience for our guests and further strengthen The Mall at Fairfield Commons as the gathering place for the community. We believe the additions of these new stores are further steps in that direction.”

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In the coming months the long-awaited RoomPlace furniture store and Round1 Entertainment will open in the closed Sears store. Burlap & Birch and Curve & Cloth, sister stores to Rose & Remington already open at the Beavercreek shopping center, will also open.

Cincinnati-based Hats N’ More, Sola Salon Studios, Hickory Farms, Deg’s Flame Grilled Chicken and Agnes All Natural Grill Express are also in the works.


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