Polaris shopping mall bankruptcy will not quit new tenants from opening

Polaris Style Put has signed quite a few new tenants due to the fact its

Polaris Style Put has signed quite a few new tenants due to the fact its Columbus-primarily based parent firm, Washington Key Team, submitted individual bankruptcy.

At the very least five new tenants have joined the North Side shopping mall due to the fact the June 13 Chapter 11 filing.

The biggest new tenant is Fieldhouse United states of america, which opened its large indoor sports activities advanced in June on the website of the former Sears Office retail store. The complex consists of eight volleyball courts (or five basketball courts) and an adventure park that includes trampolines, climbing walls and a “Ninja” program, among the other capabilities.

On the way: a keep referred to as Public Lands, replacing the Discipline & Stream retail outlet on the north aspect of the shopping mall, which closed in April. This will be next Public Lands retail outlet in the nation when it opens in Oct. 

Usually, four new tenants have joined Polaris this summer: 

• J’s Sweet Treats bakery. This boutique bakery opened July 16 on the 2nd floor across from Saks Fifth Avenue.

J's Sweet Treats and Wedding Cakes owner Juana Williams stands outside her new Polaris Fashion Place store.

• Bridal Splendor Co. The retailer and cosmetic service heart, a division of DramaFree Magnificence, opened July 10 on the lower amount involving Von Maur and JCPenney. 

Hanieh Rezvani, left, and Sam Conaway stand outside Bridal Beauty Co. at Polaris Fashion Place.

• Akira. The women’s athletic and leisure clothes store opened June 24 on the reduce stage among JCPenney and Von Maur. 

Women's clothing, footwear, and accessories store Akira at Polaris Fashion Place.

• Tiki Botanicals. The shop specializing in handmade candles, sugar scrubs, soaps and shampoos has been open a couple months but will host its grand opening Aug. 4 on the lessen amount close to JCPenney. 

Tierra McDonald stocks shelves at Tiki Botanicals, which specializes in lotion and bath products, at Polaris Fashion Place.

The merchants observe various other the latest arrivals, such as The Candle Booth, Baron & Co. barber store, All In escape room, Elarose women’s clothes keep, Shelbys Sugar Shop, the Vault apparel retail store and Stems & Stone, which opened late last 12 months.

Several of new tenants, including J’s Sweet Treats, Tiki Botanicals, Bridal Magnificence Co. and Stems & Stones, are based in Columbus. 

“At Polaris Trend Spot we really embrace the area entrepreneur,” reported Tamra Bower, normal manager at Polaris Trend Put. “We strive to present one of a kind retail, food and amusement solutions, and when we can welcome wonderful local locations like these, it is even greater.”