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    Easton Town Center adding parking garage by Macy’s

    Business First by Dan Eaton, Staff reporter

    Date: Friday, April 6, 2012

    If you build it, they’ll need to park. This year was poised to be a busy one for Easton Town Center with several high-profile merchants arriving and renovations under way at multiple stores and restaurants. Now construction activity is increasing again as the development gets a $21.7 million parking garage.

    READ MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/print-edition/2012/04/06/easton-adding-parking-garage-to.html

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    Easton’s 1st hotel since ’07 begins construction
    Business First by Brian R. Ball, Staff reporter
    Date: Monday, May 7, 2012, 3:50pm EDT

    A suburban Cincinnati developer will open its first hotel in Columbus near Easton this year, the first in the mixed-use development since a Hampton Inn & Suites opened in 2007.

    READ MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/blog/2012/05/eastons-1st-hotel-since-07-begins.html

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    Express at Easton Gets a Makeover
    Published on July 27, 2012 8:00 am
    By: Melanie McIntyre

    Express at Easton Town Center has been given a makeover. The 12,500-square-foot store, at 4090 The Strand East, now features a redesign by Masamichi Katayama, principal at Japanese interior design firm Wonderwall. The store concept debuted at King of Prussia Mall in King of Prussia, Pa. in June 2011.

    Elements of the concept can be found at all new Express stores in the United States and Canada, as well as stores under renovation. However, the Easton Express is among a select few −just 7 percent of the retailer’s 600-plus stores− that will be completely redesigned by year’s end.

    READ MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/express-at-easton-gets-a-makeover

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    Walker Evans
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    Rusty Bucket expanding to Easton
    Business First by Dan Eaton, Staff reporter
    Date: Monday, September 17, 2012

    Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern isn’t running out of ways to grow. The Columbus-based chain Monday said its next restaurant will open at Easton Town Center next spring.

    READ MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/blog/2012/09/rusty-bucket-expanding-to-easton.html

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    News said:
    Rusty Bucket expanding to Easton
    Business First by Dan Eaton, Staff reporter
    Date: Monday, September 17, 2012

    Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern isn’t running out of ways to grow. The Columbus-based chain Monday said its next restaurant will open at Easton Town Center next spring.

    READ MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/blog/2012/09/rusty-bucket-expanding-to-easton.html

    I know a group of people who love this place. Would never thought it ‘Easton worthy’. It always seems very generic to me, but at least it is a local chain.

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    Nordstrom Rack Opening at Easton Market in 2013
    Published on September 19, 2012 5:00 pm
    By: Walker

    Nordstrom, Inc. announced today that they will be opening a Nordstrom Rack store in Fall 2013, their first in the Columbus market. The store will be located at the Easton Market shopping center near Easton Town Center.

    READ MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/nordstrom-rack-opening-at-easton-market-in-2013

    #491235
    Anne Evans
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    Also an American Girls store! I’ve always thought that would be a good fit. :)

    #491236
    Snarf
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    Nice. Nordstrom Rack has an awesome shoe selection.

    #491237

    mrpoppinzs
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    I would kill to have a Nordstrom Rack located downtown or in the Grandview Yard. Damn you Wexner for making me spend 20 minutes in a car to get to these great stores.

    #491238

    surber17
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    Easton might be the most frustrating place ever….. its like someone found out how to win the lottery every week but after winning it once decides to change their strategy

    #491239
    Snarf
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    If only Easton were like downtown with no parking and bums, then it would be like so hip, teehee.

    #491240
    vestanpance
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    surber17 said:
    Easton might be the most frustrating place ever….. its like someone found out how to win the lottery every week but after winning it once decides to change their strategy

    I don’t understand comments like this. Can you explain what you mean? I’ve never had any difficulties going/shopping at Easton. Are you really “frustrated” at it for specific reasons?, or you just want to bash corporate shopping malls and damn the man.

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    surber17
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    vestanpance said:
    I don’t understand comments like this. Can you explain what you mean? I’ve never had any difficulties going/shopping at Easton. Are you really “frustrated” at it for specific reasons?, or you just want to bash corporate shopping malls and damn the man.

    Sorry, that comment kind of ties more into the Easton Gateway thread. I just feel like Easton did such an amazing job with with the “Community” shopping center concept, so good in fact that it survived a huge downturn in retail and has malls all across the world copying their model, but then in places like Easton Market and Easton Gateway they completely abandoned the model that obviously works and made them so famous.

    In this story the frustration comes in because they are landing some great stores and if they stuck with the Community model this would not only be a great destination, but an amazing part of the city to live in. If Easton Gateway and Easton Market were mixed use extensions of Easton, I believe the areas around Easton would see more organic growth.

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    vestanpance
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    gotcha, so your frustration is not about the shopping there currently, it’s about the future non-community style of development they are planning.

    That I agree with, strip malls don’t have the same feel.

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