Town Brookhaven progress report: Five tenants opening this spring

Five tenants opening this spring including Big Peach Running Company and Brookhaven Animal Hospital.

Big Peach Running Company and Brookhaven Animal Hospital among soon-to-open tenants.

There’s momentum at Town Brookhaven.

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The mixed-use development in the city of Brookhaven, situated on Peachtree Road, north of Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza and adjacent to historic Oglethorpe University, released a progress report in a press release Friday.

The 460,000-square-foot project of big box retail, junior anchors, restaurants, boutiques, and apartments, announced five new tenants for 2013 in the report:

  1. Big Peach Running Company (4,130 SF)
  2. Brookhaven Animal Hospital (3,425 SF)
  3. Sugarboo Designs (2,564 SF)
  4. European Waxing Centers of America (1,737 SF)
  5. The Joint: The Chiropractic Place (1,138 SF)

“The Sembler Company has experienced increased growth in both new leases and retaining existing tenants across all our markets,” Steve Althoff, Sembler’s Senior Vice President of Leasing and Property Management, said in the release.

“New leases have increased by five percent from the prior year. Lease renewals have increased to over eighty-two percent renewal rate. We anticipate a similar increase over 2012 for 2013 and are optimistic for an even more robust retail mix at Town Brookhaven.”

In the fall of 2012, Town Brookhaven signed leases for Massage Heights (2,825 SF), Boneheads (2,489 SF), Eye Level Learning (1,535 SF), GNC (1,438 SF), Community & Southern Bank (1,409 SF; opening winter 2013) and Dress Up Boutique (2,291 SF).

[colored_box color=”yellow”]Would you consider Town Brookhaven a success so far? Tell us in the comments![/colored_box]


Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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sheila rotter
7 years ago

Five new places may be opening but they seem to close almost as fast as they open. Also the parking is awful and then to have a two hour limit. What if I want to go eat and then go shop? Am I supposed to go move my car if I was lucky enough to find a curbside space? I am not happy about parking in the decks and neither are the people who go to LA fitness gym either! You know that Atlantans do not want to get out of our cars and when we do we want to… Read more »

7 years ago
Reply to  sheila rotter

What a joke comment. You sound like you would be happier in Cumming. Seriously if you want to live in a totally car centric place then move out to the far suburbs.

7 years ago

The parking isn’t great there, but you can park anywhere in the complex which i don’t think people realize (and TB has not done a good job of letting people know). And I believe only certain designated spots (i.e., front row) are 2 hour limits. Overall they just need more variety… currently it just seems a little haphazard/”thrown together.”

7 years ago

Haven’t had any problem with parking. I recommend parking near Marshall’s or ‘there’. So you may have to climb some steps–it won’t kill you.

There are some decent places to eat, but it’s not really a place to hang out for hours. There are some nice grassy areas near the main entrance. Would have been nice if they could have put in some kind of fenced in playground for kids.

7 years ago

I’ve not spent a tremendous amount of time at Town Brookhaven (other than Costco….so happy not to have to drive to forever for that!) but it’s coming along. To Shelia….it’s about time Atlantan’s got out of their car. Heaven forbid we might have to walk someplace. Why not do so and enjoy the space? Now it the 2 hour parking thing is correct, that’s stupid and counterproductive to the whole concept of TOWN Brookhaven.

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