Short Pump Town Center announces six new tenants
Short Pump Town Center in western Henrico County announced six new tenants on Wednesday, including two new restaurants, a women’s clothing store and a digital banking café.
“As a shopping center, we continue to look for ways to evolve and provide our shoppers with experiences they can’t get online,” Kem Blue, vice president and general manager of Short Pump Town Center, said in a statement.
Here’s a list of the new tenants and their opening dates:
Capital One Café, now open. This bank branch is built on digital tools.
It offers fee-free ATMs, free Wi-Fi, coffee and food options from local vendors such as Pearl’s Cupcakes. This is Virginia’s first Capital One Café.
Cynthia Steele, opening in February. A full service dress salon offering day, formal and after-six wear. Brands include Terani Couture, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Teri Jon, Kay Unger, Aidan Mattox,Adrianna Papell, Elizabeth McKay, Nicole Miller, JAX Black Label and several others.
Great Steak/Surf City Squeeze, opening in March. Menu includes a complete line of specialty sandwiches, fries and baked potatoes. Surf City Squeeze is a fresh smoothie business.
Talbots, opening this summer. The women’s retailer, known for its modern
classic style, will occupy a 3,832-square-foot store featuring misses and petite collections. It also carries shoes and accessories.
Casa Del Barco, opening this summer. This is the second location for the Mexican restaurant that initially opened its doors in downtown Richmond. At this location, people will be able to dine or lounge in an open-air rooftop area known as a tequileria.
Cava, opening this summer. The Mediterranean-focused fast casual restaurant
partners with local food artisans and farmers in each of its Cava Grill communities.