BROOKFIELD — Slowly growing, The
Shoppes at The Corridor in Brookfield will now add Old Navy, Party
City and Five Below next to Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Irgens made the announcement of the additions Tuesday. Old Navy and
Party City will each occupy about 12,500 square feet, and Five Below
will occupy about 8,600 square feet. Construction on this expansion
will begin in March with stores anticipated to open in fall.
“Irgens is building opportunities for businesses and customers alike
with the addition of these retailers at The Shoppes at The
Corridor,” said Tom O’Meara, Irgens development director, in a
statement. “Momentum continues to grow at The Corridor and it’s
exciting to see how the businesses that locate there can build off
of one another, creating a unique experience for customers.”
The Shoppes at The Corridor is near the intersection of Bluemound
and Calhoun roads and once was home to Ruby Farm.
Other tenants include Associated Bank, AT& T, Charles Schwab, Dick’s
Sporting Goods and Portillo’s. The last remaining available site at
The Shoppes at The Corridor is a 2.27-acre outlet with the
opportunity for ground lease or restaurant space.
The Corridor is a 65-acre mixed-use development and has a
50,000-square-foot Pro-Health outpatient facility, a Holiday Inn
Express & Suites set to open in summer, a Fairfield Inn & Suites set
to open in summer, Life Time Fitness’s first Wisconsin location set
to open in the third quarter of 2019 and House & Barn adaptive
redevelopment leased by Voit & Company, an investment advisory firm.
A new 200,000-square-foot corporate office building, Golf Parkway
Corporate Center, is being planned for the remaining land along
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