Long Beach Exchange, a new retail and lifestyle destination in East Long Beach comprised of top international, national and regional shopping and dining tenants, announced two impressive additions to its center lineup. According to the team at Burnham-Ward Properties — LBX’s developers and owners — and are set to join the destination’s dynamic roster of tenants.
“Our goal is to thoughtfully curate a unique and balanced mix of retailers, restaurants and entertainment at Long Beach Exchange,”says Steve Thorp, Executive Vice President and Partner at Burnham-Ward Properties. “The addition of SusieCakes and Lululemon to LBX reflects the excitement for this destination among both tenants and the community.”
World-renowned, yoga-inspired athletic apparel retailer Lululemon Athletica will open this fall at Long Beach Exchange, offering its full line of clothing and accessories for men and women. The Lululemon store will provide a perfect complement to LBX’s boutique fitness offerings, including GRIT Cycle, Ra Yoga and Orangetheory Fitness.
SusieCakes, an all-American bakery offering classic desserts made entirely from scratch using only the highest quality, natural ingredients, is set to open its first-ever Long Beach location at LBX in November.
“We currently operate eighteen locations throughout California, and Long Beach was a natural next step for us,” says Susan Sarich, Founder and CEO of SusieCakes. “We are excited to join Long Beach Exchange and bring something new and unique to the area. The SusieCakes team looks forward to helping the Long Beach community celebrate special occasions and everyday moments, as well.”
According to Thorp, Long Beach Exchange will continue to open additional retail, dining and fitness locations throughout 2018. “LBX is consistently committed to identifying and securing quality retailers that our community of shoppers desire. We believe that these two new offerings will bring exciting new retail and food options to shoppers, and look forward to expanding the mix further through the end of this year.”
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