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5 new businesses scheduled to open in Tower City beginning this month

The businesses join recently announced tenants: Jaxon’s Closet, Peach Fuzz Waxing and Threading, and MiAmour.

CLEVELAND — Editor's Note: The above video features a previously published story.

Real estate firm Bedrock, the keeper of Cleveland's Tower City Center, announced today that five locally owned tenants are coming to the destination shopping center in Downtown Cleveland.

The five new businesses join recently announced tenants: Jaxon’s Closet, Peach Fuzz Waxing and Threading, and MiAmour.

Coming to Tower City Center beginning this fall are:

Red Velvet Men’s Grooming Co., a locally-owned purveyor of high-quality men’s grooming products, opens its first Cleveland-area store in late Fall 2021. They offer a selection of beard care, vegan-based cologne, fragrance oils, body wash, soaps and other affordable products made in the USA.

This winter The Feet Geeks will showcase the latest trends, limited editions, and retro classic sneaker styles for the entire family. Specialty services such as shoe fittings, cleanings and restorations will also be available.

360 Clothing Studios is expanding to its fifth retail location when their Tower City shop debuts in mid-November. Located in the Skylight Concourse, the men’s apparel store will offer a collection of graphic T’s, hoodies, shoes and more.

Styles of Imagination
, a Black, female, and locally owned manufacturing company, that opens its second Cleveland location at Tower City in late Fall 2021. The women’s apparel shop features a curated selection of denim, dresses, jumpsuits, accessories, and body products.

CityBreaks Barbershop will open their fourth location in late Fall 2021. Founder Daisun Lee and his team will offer haircuts, and hair design for both men and women.

Since its founding in 2011, Bedrock and its affiliates say to have invested more than $5.6 billion to acquire and develop more than 100 properties in Detroit and Cleveland.

The company hopes to make Tower City Center the main destination for Clevelanders and tourists to shop, dine and interact. 

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Editor's note: The video in the player above is from a previously published, unrelated story. 

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