The owners of LBX are not worried, however, stating that they expect the OSH space will get attention from prospective retailers because of its “strategic location,” said Scott Burnham, one of the owners of LBX.
The 26-acre development near Douglas Park, has officially opened its 266,000-square-feet of retail space to the public and has already brought a plethora of tenants with it, including In-N-Out, a score of fitness spaces (which explains Lululemon), and tons of big box stores like Nordstrom Rack and Ulta.
More tenants were announced today by the East Long Beach development Long Beach Exchange (LBX), joining a diverse list of retailers already open for business.
Multiple retailers have opened for business this spring at the new 266,000-square-foot Long Beach Exchange development in East Long Beach, with more expected to open in the coming weeks.
ULTA Beauty, Images Luxury Nail Lounge and T-Mobile will be joining the growing list of tenants at major retail project Long Beach Exchange.
Burnham-Ward Properties (SOCO and The OC Mix) and its affiliate Burnham USA and Rockwood Capital announced on Tuesday the addition of three boutique fitness concepts to Long Beach Exchange (LBX), a major retail project under development.
City officials and Burnham-Ward Properties with its affiliate Burnham USA, and Rockwood Capital, broke ground on the Long Beach Exchange (LBX) retail project today, set to create approximately 266,000 square feet of stores, shops and restaurants on just over 26 acres.