As Deerfield Square fills up with new tenants, shoppers and neighboring merchants are excited with the arrival of Robert Vance, Tria Boutique and Pure Barre Fitness Center in the coming months.
Jerry Keen, the daughter of the developer of Deerfield Commons, the predecessor to Deerfield Square built over 50 years ago, was excited to hear about the new stores.
Robert Vance, Tria Boutique and a Pure Barre Fitness Center will fill the remaining three sites. Robert Vance owner Jack Shniderman hopes to be open this month, Tria plans for a March debut and Pure Barre appears before the Plan Commission Thursday.
Tria and Pure Barre will flank Avenue Fashions and few are happier with that situation than Sandy Panuce, the existing store’s owner. She looks forward to the synergy the new businesses with create with the existing tenants.
Listen to Keen and Panuce on the Patch video.
A Gracie Barra Northshore Martial Arts Center will also become part of Deerfield Square taking all of the area in the Robert York Road building of Deerfield Square once occupied by Curves and much of the Starland Creative Center, leaving 2,500 square feet available.
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