New tenants moving into Worthington Place

May 3, 2012 by  

Four new businesses will soon be moving into Worthington Place, just south of Lewis Center. The businesses include Swan Cleaners, Worthington Dental, FrontRunner Shoes and Kenneth’s Hair Salons and Day Spas.

The dental clinic will be located in the area that was formerly the Little Professor site. The other three tenants will be located close to the northeast entrance, which is currently under construction.

Tom Carter, owner of Worthington Place, stated that each of the new businesses should open at some point within the next 3 to 6 months. Carter purchased the mall in 2010. At that time, the mall was failing, but it has since been renovated, with new restaurants and stores moving in. The final phase of construction on the building is now nearing completion.

New businesses moving into the revitalized mall could mean a surge in business for printing companies in and around the Lewis Center area. When a business moves into a new area, it often requires stationery printers, business card printing and other printing services to indicate new addresses and other information on business material. In addition, new businesses typically use banner printing, poster printing or flyer printing to promote the business and draw in new customers.

Phase two of the mall renovation, which is the final stage of construction, will add a new traffic lane north of the mall, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, new storefronts, children’s play areas, glass vestibules, exterior patios, a community room and family restrooms.

The four new tenants will join Panera Bread, which is scheduled to open sometime in late spring, Everest Gear, which just opened within the last month, and a variety of stores already located in the mall that have either updated or moved to a new area in the mall.