The retail component of the sprawling Country Pointe condo development in Plainview has reached full occupancy after leasing spaces to its four latest tenants.
Among the new tenants at Country Pointe Shops are The Shed, a restaurant with other locations in Huntington and West Sayville; Madison’s Niche, a lifestyle boutique featuring home décor, clothing and accessories; Storm Boutique, which carries women’s clothing and accessories; and Pure Barre, a national boutique fitness concept.
The 118,450-square-foot Country Pointe Shops center was built as part of The Beechwood Organization’s ongoing 750-home development on Old Country Road. Other tenants at the center include ShopRite, Starbucks, Iavarone Italian Kitchen and Pizzeria, Chase Bank, Organic Krush, Anthony DeFranco Salon, CityRow, Trio Hardware, SugarCrazy, Nostalgic Eyewear, Happy Color Nails & Spa and Fidelity Investments.
“The Beechwood Organization’s artistic vision for Country Pointe truly brought a magnificent shopping center into creation,” Sobel, retail leasing specialist at RIPCO, said in a written statement. “Combining that with the excellent location gave us all the ammunition we needed in order to secure a curated lineup of strong local, regional and national tenants that will truly appeal to the community and future residents looking for a one-stop shop offering.”
Beechwood Organization principal Steven Dubb said the Country Pointe Shops has now become a retail destination.
“It is gratifying to see our retail plaza humming and with an excellent array of Long Island and national brands to serve shoppers and diners from our Country Pointe community, but also those who are coming from beyond Plainview-Old Bethpage,” Dubb said in the statement. “In these challenging times for shopping centers, RIPCO helped us to create an elevated experience that offers something for everyone.”
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