Duluth, Ga. — North American Properties (NAP) has revealed its first retail tenant lineup at Revel, its $900 million, Infinite Energy Center-anchored mixed-use development in Duluth. The first nine tenants announced at the Gwinnett County project include Superica, a Tex-Mex restaurant run by restaurateur Ford Fry; Regal Cinemas; The Painted Pin, which will be the second location for the bowling, entertainment and bar concept; JINYA Ramen Bar; American Barber; Secreto, chef Boyd Rose’s concept serving Southern cuisine; The Local Expedition Wood Fired Grill; Maker’s Coffee & Wine; and Honeysuckle Gelato.
The development will span 118 acres and will offer 300,000 square feet of curated retail, dining and entertainment; 650,000 square feet of office space; a 340-room, 4-star hotel; 900 single-family and multifamily residences; and 275,000 square feet of community greenspace. NAP is also redeveloping Infinite Energy Center, which includes Infinite Energy Arena, Forum and Theater. NAP is developing Revel through a public-private partnership with the Gwinnett County Convention and Visitors Bureau. A timeline for completion was not disclosed.