Three New Tenants to Open at Redeveloped Shopping Center in Metro Los Angeles

by Katie Sloan

Glendora, Calif. — Three new tenants are set to open at 655 S. Grand Ave., a 70,500-square-foot shopping center currently undergoing redevelopment in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendora.

Creamistry, an ice cream shop, signed a lease for 1,271 square feet; Oke Poke, a fast-casual poke restaurant, signed a lease for 1,289 square feet; and Orangetheory Fitness, a fitness center franchise, signed a lease for 3,497 square feet. All new locations will open in October.

Shauna Mattis and Blake Kaplan of JLL represented the landlord, Champion Real Estate Company, in each leasing transaction. Scott Simcik and Shaun Kennedy of FGP Commercial Leasing represented Creamistry. Minerva Baral represented Oke Poke. Orangetheory Fitness was represented by Jesse Rehmeier of Retail Select Services. The redevelopment is set for completion in July.

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