Excerpted from Jacksonville Business Journal.
A retail development in Southside near the St. Johns Town Center has landed three tenants ahead of its 2019 opening
Noire The Nail Bar, Kazu Sushi Burrito and Soupa Saiyan have all signed on to lease space at Tinseltown Plaza, a planned outparcel development at 4700 Southside Boulevard in front of the Cinemark Tinseltown Movie Theater. Each of the three tenants will occupy about 2,000 square feet of space, leaving 8,000 square feet on the market.
Construction on the development is planned for the fall, with an expected completion in the first quarter next year.
The new Southside location will be the seventh for Kazu Sushi Burrito, a Hawaiian and Japanese sushi concept. Orlando-based Soupa Saiyan is a Dragon Ball Z – themed noodle bowl restaurant owned by Bento Group, which has two sister restaurant concepts in Jacksonville. Noire the Nail Bar, which has locations across the Southeast, will be new to the city.
Tinseltown Plaza is being developed by Triforce Development, which is owned by Sleiman brothers Paul and Louis.
“Demand for development in this area is very strong and there are a variety of factors that limit new supply to the area, one of many dynamics that are contributing to this project’s fast lease-up,” Franklin Street’s Ricky Ostrofsky, the broker for Tinseltown Plaza, said in a release. “We expect the center to provide new and desired services and entertainment to Tinseltown’s visitors, residents and shoppers.”