Columbus, Ohio — Six new retailers have been confirmed as part of the $500 million expansion of Easton Town Center in Columbus. The retailers include Ivan Kane’s Forty Deuce Café & Speakeasy, Arhaus Furniture, Pins Mechanical Co., The Beeline, Forbidden Root Restaurant and Brewery and Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea. At Forty Deuce, the ground floor will include a café serving burgers and desserts while the upstairs will incorporate a hidden speakeasy. The new Arhaus store will span 17,500 square feet. Ohio-based Pins Mechanical has already opened with 30,000 square feet of bowling, foosball, pinball, duckpin bowling and ping pong. The Beeline is a 3,000-square-foot bar with outdoor entertainment space. Forbidden Root’s 12,000-square-foot location will be its first outside of Chicago and is scheduled to open late this month. Crimson is a Columbus-based coffee roaster. The expansion of Easton will encompass 140,000 square feet of new retail and restaurant space, 125,000 square feet of office space and 750 residential units, all set to open in late 2019 and early 2020. Co-developed by The Georgetown Co., L Brands and Steiner + Associates, Easton is a 1,300-acre mixed-use development in northeast Columbus.