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- November 25, 2020
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Exciting changes are underway at Ashland Town Center. In addition to a new exterior look, four first-to-market retailers will open their doors to guests in the coming months, bringing new retailers to the Tri-State area for the community to experience.
“We are proud that four retailers chose Ashland Town Center to make their first home in Northern Kentucky,” said Vicki Ramey, General Manager at Ashland Town Center. “Even in the midst of the current pandemic, we are constantly evolving to bring our guests today’s top trends and shopping destinations, as well as the best places to eat and explore. We’re excited for guests to get to know our new tenants and experience all that Ashland Town Center has to offer.”
In the first of many fall openings, Ashland Town Center is pleased to welcome WASH, opening on August 21, next to maurices. WASH offers a mix of personal hair and skin care products, including soaps, shampoos, bath bombs and more. WASH brand products are vegetarian, cruelty-free, and handmade in the Tri-State area. As part of WASH’s grand opening celebration, the first 50 customers who spend $30 or more on WASH’s opening day will receive a limited edition “Bluegrass” shower steamer – a $5.95 value.
Rose & Remington, an Ohio-based, family-owned retailer, will also open its first area location at Ashland Town Center this month. Rose & Remington caters to customers who enjoy luxury boho-chic-style clothing, accessories, and home décor at affordable prices. The store, located near the Food court, will open in the month of September and will hold its grand opening celebration on September 25.
Rose & Remington opened its first location in 2014 in the Cincinnati suburb of Lebanon, Ohio. Since then, the brand has grown to 13 locations throughout Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. Over the next few years, Rose & Remington plans to open 40 additional locations in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and surrounding states.
Rose & Remington sister stores, Curve & Cloth and Burlap & Birch, will also open their first Tri-State area locations later this fall.
Curve & Cloth is a trendy and affordable clothing boutique for women sizes XL-4X. Curve & Cloth offers a selection of boho-casual wardrobe pieces, from denim and kimonos to chic-romantic dresses and tops. In addition, Curve & Cloth carries other unique items including home accents, candles, gifts, and more. The store will be located near Victoria’s Secret.
Burlap & Birch is a contemporary-affordable home store that offers fresh and inspiring home goods, décor, accents, and furniture. Burlap & Birch allows guests to transform their living spaces through pottery, macramé, greenery, candles, and mirrors, as well as kitchen essentials. Guests can find the latest in home décor styles at Burlap & Birch, located near Belk Women and Kids.
As construction begins on the town center exterior for its new look, 2021 will bring even more unique offerings to Ashland Town Center with the openings of Five Below and IronHeadz Sports Nutrition.
IronHeadz Sports Nutrition is currently open in a temporary location in Ashland Town Center, but plans to open their new location near Belk Women & Kids later this fall. IronHeadz Sports Nutrition is a local fitness community that carries nutrition supplements, specialty coffees, CBD products, sports gear, athletic clothing and headwear.
Five Below rounds out the list of new retailers with their first store in the Tri-State located at Ashland Town Center. Five Below is a leading high-growth value retailer offering trend-right, high-quality products loved by tweens, teens and beyond. With most items priced $1 to $5, and some extreme value items priced up to just $10, Five Below makes it easy for shoppers to get their hands on the newest, coolest items. Construction on the new Five Below location will begin in October for a tentative March 2021 opening.
Ashland Town Center continues to offer a variety of notable retail locations to offer guests the most dynamic shopping experience. In the last four years, 14 new stores have opened at the town center with continued growth and tenant mix upgrades on the way. These are just a few examples of Ashland Town Center’s ongoing commitment to creating a true town center where community members can safely shop, dine, and safely gather together.