Regency Square adding three new tenants in addition to planned youth aquatics center

Regency Square adding three new tenants in addition to planned youth aquatics center

A CBD store, home décor outlet, and Mexican restaurant are on the way.

Renovations continue at Regency Square, which is continuing its transformation amid millions in renovations. This week, three new tenants were announced for the center, in addition to yesterday’s news regarding NOVA’s intention to turn the former Macy’s store into an aquatics center.

From Regency Square:

Your CBD Store – Richmond will open their first Richmond location on March 3rd. The store will sell products made from CBD which is extracted from the cannabis plant. CBD oils are a natural and organic remedy used to aid in the treatment of many common ailments such as chronic pain, anxiety, depression, migraines, diabetes, and seizures. CBD hemp byproducts should not be confused with marijuana. Marijuana contains tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the chemical compound resulting in a mind-altering high when consumed. CBD does not contain THC.

Curtain Call Home Décor, Richmond’s high-end home and décor consignment pop-up retailer, returns to Regency beginning March 8th. Customers can enter the 2019 sale only from the upper deck near JCPenney through March 24th. Curtain Call features furniture, rugs, window treatments, lamps, pillows, framed artwork, and home accessories on consignment. Consigned items range major retailer’s former showroom pieces to items homeowners no longer need. “Sustainability in today’s environment includes repurposing and reusing décor items which is perfect for the first-time homeowner or college student,” says Mary Warren, Regency’s property leasing director. Beginning March 20th, all items will be discounted gradually, starting at 20 percent off and increasing to 50 percent off on the final day. A percentage of sales will be contributed to CARITAS. Once the sale is complete, unsold pieces are also donated to both CARITAS and Habitat for Humanity.

La Cocina Mexican Delicacies will be opening at the end of March in the Food Court. The menu includes tamales, sopes, empanadas, chilaquiles soup and arroz con leche. Other stores have opened their doors at Regency over the past few months. Located on the lower level near Sephora, Dynasty Kickz buys, sells and trades rare and hard to find sneakers. Universal Threads specializes in African-inspired apparel, jewelry and handcrafted home décor. Upstreamers sells on-trend jeans, leggings, t-shirts, hats, coats, socks, and accessories. They are a licensed retailer for “The North Face” and “Levis” brands. Both Universal Threads and Upstreamers are located on the second level across from Forever 21 (XXI Forever).



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