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Whole Foods Market opens at mixed-use development in Lancaster, PA Shoppes at Belmont is reaching capacity

ANCASTER, PA — Shoppes at Belmont, the unique mixed-use devel- opment bringing exceptional retail options to Fruitville Pike in Lancaster, is reaching capacity. Over 94% of the retail center has been leased. The highly anticipated opening of Whole Foods was on June 27, making it the first in Lancaster County. The following retailers and restaurant chains are already open for business: Carters, Chick Fil – A, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Finch Jewelers, Fine Wine & Good Spirits Shoppe, L

JerseyMikes, Lane Bryant, Mi- chaels, Mod Pizza, Nordstrom Rack, Normans Hallmark, Osh Kosh B’Gosh, PF Changs, P.J. Whelihans, Rack Room Shoes, Starbucks, Target, T-Mobile, Ulta, Yealy Optical and Zoe’s Kitchen. Store openings will continue through the summer. Core Life Eatery is coming on June 21. The newWhole Foods Market will feature products from over 50 local suppliers. The 40,000 s/f store brings about 120 jobs to the area. Shoppes at Belmont, a project of Manbel Devco , a Lancaster County-based real estate devel- opment company, transformed a commercial-zoned tract of land into a dynamic community featuring retail and residential housing. The project offers a unique experience in Lancaster County, with shopping, dining and living in close proximity. Smart lifestyle features such as bicycle trails, walking paths, and a Red Rose Transit bus stop connect Belmont to down- town Lancaster. This project included extensive roadway improvements and the addi- tion of sidewalks and bicycle lanes along Fruitville Pike. The improvements helped to allevi- ate current traffic and avoid additional congestion. “We are thrilled to see this project come to fruition. As members of the Lancaster community, it’s great to see our neighbors already enjoying Shoppes at Belmont, with all the diverse shopping and din- ing options,” said Phil Frey , partner of Manbel Devco. “This area is important to us and we worked collaboratively with the community to preserve existing open spaces and approximately 40 acres of existing farmland. We’re proud to have preserved original, historic attributes such as the David M. Mayer House and had it placed on The National Register of Historic Places.” Belmont is the residential piece of the project developed by Lancaster based Charter Homes & Neighborhoods, one of the area’s leading homebuild- ers. The Belmont neighborhood is comprised of 13 single-family homes and 74 townhomes that are on sale now. They are past the 50% sales level in homes- 46 have been sold. This neighbor- hood is located just steps from Shoppes at Belmont and fea- tures tree-lined streets, walk- ing paths and a pond. 

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