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Easton Town Center premiers its renovated Fashion District

Al Urbanski
Set to open soon in the District will be Del Mar, a new Mediterranean dining concept from Cameron Mitchell Restaurants.

Steiner + Associate’s luxe-deluxe Fashion District has topped off its high-toned tenant list at Easton Town Center.

The reconfigured 100,000-sq.-ft. section at the top-rated mixed-use center with 1.7 million sq. ft. of retail GLA now boasts a lineup that affirms it as the Fifth Avenue of Columbus. Brands in the Fashion District looking to add significantly to Easton’s annual tally of $1 billion in retail sales include first-to-Ohio newcomers like Chanel Beauty, David Yurman, Golden Goose, Boss, Alo Yoga, Jo Malone, Faherty, Buck Mason, Tecovas, and Breitling.

A new coastal Mediterranean concept called Del Mar will soon open as the District’s food-and beverage anchor run by by Columbus-based Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, whose 49 fine dining establishments span the U.S. from New York to Beverly Hills.

“I’m thrilled to open Del Mar in Easton’s burgeoning Fashion District alongside retail tenants that complement the elevated atmosphere of this new district,” commented Cameron Mitchell.

According to a recent report from Statista, the United States will lead the world the world in 2024 with luxury goods sales of $77 billion, and top brands are beginning to stretch out from traditional markets such as New York, Miami, and Los Angeles into densifying Midwestern markets.

“Not only has Columbus experienced impressive growth in the last decade, but it’s an accurate economic indicator for Middle America and a dynamic test market for retailers,”  wrote Steiner’s senior VP of leasing Spencer Jordan in Chain Store Age. “From Fintech and investment to healthcare and aerospace, that economic diversity yields a broad demographic profile that encompasses blue-collar rust belt farmers and white-collar corporate professionals.”

According to the digital real estate marketplace Zillow, Columbus is one of the nation’s top-three housing markets, and that trend promises to continue. Intel has launched a $20 billion dollar project that will consist of two semiconductor fabrication facilities in New Albany, Ohio, less than 10 miles from Easton Town Center. 

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