Ohio’s The Shops at Worthington Place Adds Tenants

Worthington Square Ventures closed four lease agreements amounting to 24,500 square feet, bringing the retail center to 93 percent occupancy.
The Shops at Worthington Place, Worthington, Ohio
The Shops at Worthington Place, Worthington, Ohio

The Shops at Worthington Place, a boutique mall in Worthington, Ohio, has added four new businesses to its tenant roster: Anthony Vince Nail Spa, Howard Brooks Interior Furniture Store, Burn Boot Camp and Jade Yoga and Wellness. The leases amount to 24,500 square feet and bring the center’s occupancy to 93 percent. Colliers International represented the landlord, Worthington Square Venture, in the transaction.

The property encompasses 130,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space and is home to brands such as Talbots, Orvis, Urban Baggerie, Panera Bread and Piada. In addition to the retail component, the center includes 10,000 square feet of office space and 55,000 square feet of grocery store space occupied by Kroger. First completed in the 1970s, the property was refurbished in 2011.

The entire site spans approximately 20 acres at 7227 N. High St., near the four-way junction between Highway 23 and Interstate 270. The Shops at Worthington Place is also less than 10 miles from Ohio State University. The location, along with the grocery component and tenant mix, represent three important elements key to ushering the asset into retail’s next phase.

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