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Classen Curve, Nichols Hills Plaza add new shops to the mix in Oklahoma City
The Classen Curve and Nichols Hills Plaza shopping centers are adding new tenants to their mix.
With the new shops, the Classen Curve will be completely leased but for two small storefronts totaling about 2,500 square feet, said David Allsbrook, general manager of Classen Curve, The Triangle @ Classen Curve and Nichols Hills Plaza.
Allsbrook believes the new tenants will fit well into the shopping centers' existing mix of restaurants and shops.
“We believe that a mix of national local and regional retailers and other usages such as fitness and dining options are extremely valuable to each of our centers,” Allsbrook said.
Tulsa-based accessories retailer Rustic Cuff will open a store in Classen Curve, along with a location it plans to open in Spring Creek Village in Edmond.
Classen Curve also will welcome Oklahoma's first Lily Rain boutique. Theclothing and lifestyle chain is based in Houston.
CycleBar, an indoor cycling studio, also will open a new location in Classen Curve.
Nichols Hills Plaza will soon welcome the fitness chain Pure Barre, as well as Trader Joe's.