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Promenade on Providence welcomes new tenants

Childress Klein has announced that it has signed four new leases for a  combined 11,524 SF of space at the Promenade on Providence. The new tenants include Charlotte Fitness Equipment, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, Front Door Fabrics and Stretch Zone. They join more than 40 other retail shops and restaurants at the Shopping Center, as well as recent arrivals including Tuesday Morning, A Shade Above, and Queen City Craft (opening in August).

Charlotte Fitness Equipment has a new owner and is relocating to the 2,838 SF space next to Jos. A. Banks and is scheduled to open in June of 2018. As the leading supplier of quality fitness equipment in this area, they offer a large range of treadmills, ellipiticals and other equipment for home and commercial gyms.

Opening next to Fresh Salon, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina will occupy 3,651. Since 1983, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina has worked to improve the health and well-being of their customers and communities through innovative health care products, insurance, services and information to more than 3.8 million members.

Front Door Fabrics will open in the 3,500 SF space next to Stein Mart mid-summer. Whether you want dazzling window treatments and sophisticated sofas, or plan to enhance your home with a few new pillows and lamps, Front Door Fabrics offers an impressive selection of fabric, trim, accessories, wallpaper and furniture.

With its newest store opening in the Charlotte area, Stretch Zone has leased 1,535 SF of space next to Subway. Founded in Miami in 2004 by Jorden Gold, one of the world’s foremost experts in practitioner-assisted stretching, Stretch Zone has revolutionized the fitness industry and completely reinvented the concept of “the stretch.” They offer state-of-the-art therapeutics, stretching and chiropractic memberships.

“These tenants add to the diverse mix of national, regional and local retailers at Promenade on Providence and bring us another step closer to our vision for the property,” said Susan Clements, Leasing Agent at Childress Klein.

Promenade on Providence is a lifestyle-oriented shopping complex located at the intersection of major Charlotte arteries, Providence Road and I-485. The center features popular tenants like The Fresh Market, Total Wine & More, Tuesday Morning, Pier 1, Stein Mart, Ann Taylor Loft, Kirkland’s, Hallmark, Jos. A. Bank and Sun & Ski Sports.

Promenade on Providence is currently 96% leased, and is leased and managed by Childress Klein.

For leasing information, contact Susan Clements at 704.342.9000 or susan.clements@childressklein.com.

Childress Klein is a full service real estate company operating in the southeastern United States since 1978. The partners of Childress Klein have been responsible for the development, leasing and management of more than 47 million square feet of office, industrial, retail, multifamily, and self-storage properties throughout Virginia, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The Company’s primary offices are located in Charlotte and Atlanta.

As one of the largest real estate firms in the Southeast, Childress Klein is experienced in the development, management and leasing of a wide variety of product types. The Company’s office developments include suburban office parks, 1 million+ square foot high-rise office towers, and corporate campuses. Industrial experience ranges from small flex buildings to multi-million square foot distribution parks. Retail properties include community centers, large-scale lifestyle centers and mixed-use developments. Childress Klein serves residential markets with products including luxury garden and high-rise apartments, as well as multi-level self-storage facilities.

With a team of nearly 300 professionals, a current portfolio exceeding 29.5 million square feet and real estate assets valued in excess of $1 billion, Childress Klein has the expertise and resources to undertake any project.

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