Deerfield Towne Center, an upscale shopping center in Mason, Ohio, in the Cincinnati market has a range of new tenants opening. New tenants include, among others, COhatch, a coworking, meeting and social space; AKT, a fitness studio that combines interval, strength and conditioning training with dance; and Condado Tacos, a Mexican restaurant with a build-your-own-taco concept and a selection of tequilas and margaritas.
RPT Realty owns and operates the center.
“We are excited to welcome these innovative concepts as we continue to serve the diverse needs of our community and patrons,” said Rich Bevis, Director of Leasing at RPT Realty. “These strong tenants are indicative of the dynamic and fun retail mix we continue to cultivate.”
Established in Columbus, Ohio, Condado Tacos has grown its taco brand throughout the Midwest and Pennsylvania. In addition to tequilas and margaritas, customers can mix and match from an array of proteins, toppings, shells and sauces.
AKT, a national fitness brand developed by celebrity trainer Anna Kaiser, delivers a cardio fitness and wellness strategy through a combination of toning, interval training, circuit training and dance. Kaiser develops new, original programs every three weeks.
COhatch has carved out a unique coworking experience throughout Ohio and Indiana. The brand offers private offices, coworking space, meeting rooms, event space and a range of perks including game rooms, social spaces, health and wellness coaching, media spaces and event programming.
Other recent openings at Deerfield Towne Center include StretchLab, a wellness concept offering customized assisted-stretch sessions by highly trained flexology professionals, as well as Genki Ramen, a local restaurant featuring one of the widest selections of Japanese cuisine in the area.
Built in 2004, Deerfield Towne Center is anchored by major brands such as Whole Foods, Ashley Furniture, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Bed Bath & Beyond and Crunch Fitness.