Renaissance Properties announces that Stem Academy for Young Kids and Acclaim Salon will be joining the blossoming Chesterfield commercial center.
CHESTERFIELD, NJ – The Shops at Old York Village, a new “downtown” mixed use center with 39,000 sq. ft. of retail space in the Township of Chesterfield, NJ, has recently announced that it has signed on two new leases. Stem Academy for Young Kids Chesterfield and Acclaim Salon will move-in to the new Chesterfield commercial center.
STEM Academy for Young Kids, a child care and enrichment center with hands on educational emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math for children six weeks to 13 years old offering programs for full time, part time and before and after care for school-age children. This center will reside in approximately 8,200 sq. ft. of the retail space. Acclaim Salon, owned and operated by Nicole Pangaldi, will reside in 1,778 sq. ft. of the space.
“Business owners are seeing opportunity to service this newer community with many young families, and are excited to join this new mixed-use plaza,” said Robert Adinolfi, Chief Operating Officer at Renaissance Properties. “Old York Village is located near the Chesterfield Elementary School on the main boulevard of this 1,000+ home community.”
The Shops at Old York Village consists of two separate building locations, along with 34 residential apartments above. Features include: Covered walkways, ample parking and thoughtful aesthetic touches. Ideally situated directly off of Old York Road on the new Saddle Way boulevard, which leads to the elementary school, The Shops offer a unique opportunity for new businesses to open within walking and biking distance to over 1,000+ newer homes.
“In addition to the thousands of local residents, Routes 130 and 206 are each within two miles of the village, and the New Jersey Turnpike and Route 295 are also only a few minutes away making this an accessible destination to a dense demographic both north and west of the center,” Adinolfi said. “The Shops convey a traditional downtown feel, but with both the efficiencies and quality of new construction practices.”
To learn more about The Shops at Old York Village, call Darrin S. Hiban at 732- 858-1195 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.