The Grove at Isleworth Kicks Off 2nd Phase, Adds New Tenants
By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor
Owner Tavistock Development Company decided to celebrate The Grove at Isleworth’s success by doubling the mixed-use center’s space.
After recently signing well-known Orlando favorites Dexter’s and Jeremiah’s Italian Ice and hot new concepts BurgerFi and Marilyn Monroe Spa at the Windermere shopping center, Tavistock announced its plans for an 82,000-square-foot second phase to accommodate the new tenants.
This will more than double the space of the mixed-use center located at the corner of Conroy-Windermere and Apopka-Vineland roads—which opened in 2011 with 80,000 square feet of space. The second phase will add two new buildings, set to feature retail and restaurant space at the ground level, and medical and professional office space on the second. The new buildings will be located in an open-air, tree-lined plaza.
Cali Chic Boutique, Salt Scene and Soul Mates Boutique have also shown interest in the new space added by the second phase of the development, and will join the current list of tenants that includes LA Fitness, Panera Bread, J.P. Morgan Chase, Walgreen’s, Windermere Village Dentistry, Fifth Third Bank and Publix.
With the development of the second phase set to start this summer, Tavistock Development declared that the end result will be a more than 200,000-square-foot retail and office center placed in an open-air shopping center environment, but has not mentioned a prospective completion date.
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