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HARRISBURG, PA (August 25, 2014) – The Shoppes at Susquehanna Marketplace is celebrating its 10th anniversary by adding dining, spa services and two in-demand retailers, announced The Shoppes’ owner and developer, Stanbery Development.

J. Crew Factory, Athleta, Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar, and Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa all will join The Shoppes in time for the holiday selling season, says Marc Hays, a Stanbery partner.  They will join such other outstanding retailers and restaurants as Banana RepublicChico’sFrancesca’sJ. JillJos. A. BankLOFTPlum Bottom, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, StarbucksWhite House Black Market, and Williams-Sonoma at the 110,384-square-foot open-air center.

“We’re delighted to welcome such a diverse group of new tenants to The Shoppes at Susquehanna,” Hays says. “It’s a testament to the dominance of this center and to our large, affluent market.”

Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar, part of the Dave Magrogan Restaurant Group, has opened at the former site of Fox & Hound. This is the fourth location for this restaurant, which offers a farm-to-table concept that features seasonal menus with entrees of less than 500 calories.

Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, opening in the former Bath & Body Works space in September, will make its Harrisburg debut, offering massages, facials and hair removal, among other services.

Athleta, the Gap Inc. division focusing on women’s performance apparel, is expected to open by the holidays in the former Justice location.

J. Crew Factory offers J. Crew’s apparel and accessories for women, men and children at up to 50 percent off full price. The store is expected to open prior to the holidays in Coldwater Creek’s former space.

Set back and elevated from Interstates 81 and 83, located off the Progress Avenue exit of I-81 at 2647 Bridle Drive in Susquehanna Township, The Shoppes at Susquehanna Marketplace holds a commanding view of one of the busiest intersections in Harrisburg. As the most convenient place for upscale lifestyle shopping in central Pennsylvania, the center serves a much larger area than most lifestyle projects, with a trade area of nearly 600,000 shoppers with an average household income of nearly $74,000. More than 84,000 vehicles pass the site daily.

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The Shoppes At Susquehanna Marketplace is set back and elevated from I-81/I-83, holding a commanding view of one of the busiest intersections in Harrisburg. The project serves a much greater area than most lifestyle projects, as it will be the most convenient place for upscale lifestyle shopping in central PA. The center draws from Lancaster and York, as well as many communities currently traveling 2 hours to King of Prussia for their upscale shopping.