PARMA, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Shoppes at Parma, a PECO Real Estate property, is introducing many new tenants. But not all of the merchants are new… Kay Jewelers and American Commodore Tuxedo are two examples of retailers who have remained with the shopping center while everything transformed around them. Now they are moving into new retail space with even better visibility at The Shoppes at Parma.
Located on either side of the recently opened Rally House, Kay Jewelers and American Commodore Tuxedo are adjacent to Dick’s Sporting Goods near the entrance on West Ridgewood Drive. Kay Jewelers will hold the grand reopening of its new store location on Monday, November 7. American Commodore Tuxedo completed its move earlier and has been serving area shoppers in their new location since November 1.
“Both Kay Jewelers and American Commodore Tuxedo are dedicated to the special occasions in our lives. We are happy that they are getting a fresh look in a new location to celebrate their ongoing commitment to The Shoppes at Parma,” said Michelle Devlin, General Manager for The Shoppes at Parma.
Founded 100 years ago as a single storefront, Kay® Jewelers has grown to more than 1,100 stores from coast-to-coast and today is the number one jewelry store in America. Its commitment to unparalleled customer service and offering of a wide selection of beautiful brand name jewelry and watches ensures an exceptional shopping experience. Kay® is home to some of the most sought after brands in the industry including The Leo Diamond, Open Hearts by Jane Seymour, Charmed Memories, Neil Lane Bridal and Neil Lane Designs, Le Vian and many more.
American Commodore Tuxedo (ACTux) is a cooperative of family-owned and operated businesses serving the community with men’s formalwear in a wide selection of tuxedo and suit rentals in the latest designer fashions and styles. Whether getting married, attending prom or needing a suit or tuxedo for a formal affair, ACTux walks its customers through the process every step of the way. American Commodore Tuxedo is a member of Savvi Formalwear, a cooperative combining corporate-level management and innovation with the passion and commitment of local store ownership.
New website launches to help visitors navigate The Shoppes at Parma
The Shoppes at Parma now has an online presence at www.shoppesatparmaoh.com to help visitors find store locations, follow the latest store openings and plan their visits to the recently renovated shopping center. “Our goal is to provide visitors and the media with an easier way to navigate and learn more about The Shoppes at Parma as the shopping center grows and evolves,” said Michelle Devlin, General Manager for The Shoppes at Parma.
The user-friendly website’s navigation includes a map and directory of stores, services and restaurants, and access to ongoing announcements regarding new openings. Integrated social media buttons will foster communication with the local community.
About The Shoppes at Parma
The Shoppes at Parma is in the midst of an exciting transformation through its $95 million, multi-phase redevelopment. The 750,000 square-foot open air center is anchored by J.C. Penney, Dick’s Sporting Goods, recently opened Gordmans, Walmart Supercenter and Marc’s grocery store and features specialty retailers, services and a wide variety of dining options. Located just eight miles southwest of downtown Cleveland, at the intersection of Ridge Road and West Ridgewood Drive, The Shoppes at Parma has become a town center for the community due to its proximity to University Hospitals Parma Medical Center, Parma City Hall, the Parma branch of the Cuyahoga County Library, and Parma City School District’s multipurpose Byers field.
- New to The Shoppes at Parma in 2016: American Commodore Tuxedo, Aspen Dental, FITWORKS, Gordmans department store, Kay Jewelers, MISSION BBQ, PetValu, PIZZAFIRE, Pulp Juice & Smoothie Bar, Rally House, T-Mobile
- Opening soon: ULTA, Shoe Dept. Encore, rue21, Five Guys, Pearle Vision
About PECO Real Estate Partners (PREP)
PECO Real Estate Partners (PREP), Cincinnati-based owner of The Shoppes at Parma, has incorporated Phillips Edison & Company’s former development and strategic retail divisions and will focus on the acquisition, repositioning and management of power and lifestyle centers, enclosed malls, mixed-use retail projects and single-tenant developments.