Old Navy And Bath & Body Works Set To Open At Cleveland Towne Center This November

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Crawford Square Real Estate Advisors announces the openings of Old Navy and Bath & Body Works at Cleveland Towne Center in the heart of Cleveland. 
 
"The new additions to the shopping center are an excellent complement to the current retail mix which includes Target, Kohl’s, Ross Dress for Less, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Books-A-Million," officials said.

“Both retailers are an excellent addition to the Towne Center and the community of Cleveland,” said Sam Heide, principal at Crawford Square Real Estate Advisors.

“Our team at Crawford Square is continually working to enhance the retail offering for the surrounding region.”
 
The almost 13,000 square-foot Old Navy is set to open mid-November and the 3,300 square foot Bath & Body Works will open on Friday, Nov. 1. Both stores are located next to Books-A-Million and adjacent to Target at Cleveland Towne Center. 
 
In addition to the new store openings, Cleveland Towne Center will host its first holiday event on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. near Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe. The event will feature complimentary face painting, giveaways and a live radio remote with Mix 104.1. Canned food donations are encouraged to benefit The Caring Place -- a locally based non-profit organization.


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