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Marketplace at Tech Center draws 18 retailers; opens July 2015


Newport News, Va. - Marketplace at Tech Center, a mixed-use lifestyle center Newport News, Va., will be the site of several stores and restaurants that cannot currently be found elsewhere on the Virginia Peninsula. These “first-to-market” retailers (with the exception of those that have outlet stores in Williamsburg) that have inked deals include:

• Whole Foods: 35,000-sq.-ft. of retail space

• DSW Shoe Warehouse: 18,062-sq.-ft. of retail space

• BJ’s Brewhouse: 7,400-sq.-ft. of retail space

• PF Chang’s China Bistro: 6,400-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Carters: 3,915-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Café Rio: 3,000-sq.-ft. of retail space

• OshKosh B’gosh: 3,040-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Zoe’s Kitchen:2,600-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Avalon Spa: 1,200-sq.-ft. of retail space

Other retailers who have signed leases to join Tech Center include:

• Stein Mart: 32,000-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Ulta Salon, Cosmetics and Fragrances: 11,000-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Five Below: 7,854-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Massage Envy: 3,640-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Navy Federal Credit Union: 3,500-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Starbucks: 1,950-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Jimmy Johns Gourmet Sandwiches: 1,600-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Hair Cuttery: 1,200-sq.-ft. of retail space

• Conte’s Bike Shop: 2,000-sq.-ft. of retail space

Marketplace at Tech Center is the retail component of Tech Center at Oyster Point, a $250 million mixed-use development on 100 acres in Newport News. The master plan for Tech Center at Oyster Point includes 230,000-sq.-ft. of retail, 290 luxury apartment homes, and 30,000-sq.-ft. of new specialty office space. The retail portion should celebrate its grand opening in July 2015.

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