Long Beach Exchange, known as East Long Beach’s favorite shopping, dining, fitness, and lifestyle destination, continues to strategically expand its roster of businesses with the addition of two new tenants joining the LBX community early next year. These additions include nationally recognized European Wax Center along with the first ever Barre Attitude location. Both European Wax Center and Barre Attitude add to the unique and expansive lineup of fitness and lifestyle opportunities available at Long Beach Exchange and offer new experiences and services to the guests at LBX that weren’t previously available.
“With just three months left in 2019, our team is looking forward to 2020 which is already promising to be an exciting one at Long Beach Exchange,” says Steve Thorp, Partner at Burnham-Ward Properties. “We are honored to have the opportunity to bring the Long Beach community the all new fitness brand – Barre Attitude – in addition to European Wax Center’s top-notch service.”
Adding to the already noteworthy selection of lifestyle concepts at LBX, European Wax Center is the ultimate destination for all things waxing, skincare and eyebrows. Founded on the belief that everyone deserves beautiful, gorgeous skin that is revealed naturally, the European Wax Center team are true experts in their field and promise to provide clients with the courage and confidence to reveal their natural beauty. The company first opened in 2004 and now has 892 locations throughout the United States with plans to open the Long Beach Exchange location in early 2020.
“Long Beach Exchange is quickly becoming a reliable and locally renowned destination for any and all lifestyle and beauty needs and our team is elated about the opportunity to provide our services to LBX guests and the community,” says Jill Myers and Lisa Schiller, owners of European Wax Center.
Barre Attitude is a brand-new fitness studio where ballet and fitness intersect. Barre Attitude is designed to take ballet-inspired moves, positions and exercises and incorporate them into an energetic and calorie-burning total body workout. The studio will offer 60-minute classes that target hard to reach muscle groups and additionally infuse a cardio segment – the component that sets Barre Attitude apart from other barre workouts. Barre Attitude aims to
open in January 2020 to help fulfill the abundant New Year’s resolutions with plans to offer free classes throughout the entire first week the studio is open.
“I feel privileged that Barre Attitude’s flagship location will be at Long Beach Exchange and look forward to joining the other successful boutique fitness concepts at LBX,” says Stephanie Jones, Founder and Owner of Barre Attitude.
About Long Beach Exchange
Located at the southwest corner of Lakewood Boulevard and Carson Street near Long Beach Airport with close proximity to the 405 Freeway, Long Beach Exchange is a dynamic, experiential retail and dining destination within the Douglas Park planned development in Long Beach. LBX is comprised of approximately 266,000 square feet of stores, shops and restaurants on more than 26 acres, including two acres of communal open space for the public to enjoy.
Further, LBX features three distinct and complementary zones that work seamlessly together to create a singular experience for locals and visitors alike. These include McGowen’s Approach (LBX’s version of “Main Street”), The Landing (a grand-scaled 1.25-acre central plaza) and The Hangar @ LBX (a 16,800-square foot ‘hangar’ showcasing an evolving, curated collection of local purveyors of art, food, design, fashion and other unique goods and services).
About Burnham USA and Burnham-Ward Properties
Over the past quarter of a decade, Burnham USA together with its affiliates Burnham-Ward Properties (BWP) have developed or acquired millions of square-footage of commercial property including retail, professional office, medical and industrial properties throughout the United States. Helmed by industry veterans the firm has created some of Southern California’s most distinctive and unique commercial projects.
The firm approaches each project with an artful eye and with an emphasis on thoughtfully curating its projects. It is the partners’ belief that through property the company can provide the back-drop for people to interact, work, and experience a better life through “community” and that the firm can positively influence people’s lives while doing so in an environmentally conscious and constructive manner. The end result is accretive assets that best serve the community that are environmentally conscious and add long term value to the firm’s portfolio.
This article as released by Long Beach Exchange.