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Garden Shop Relocates; Bikes, Ballet And Cookies Make Their Move

Neisha Hernandez

Glendora-based Armstrong Garden Centers recently opened its relocated store in San Diego’s Morena neighborhood, now at 1364 Morena Blvd. after moving from 1350 W. Morena Blvd. Operators said the move was necessitated by changes in the neighborhood brought about by development of a new station as part of the Mid-Coast Trolley extension project. The garden supplies retailer operates 32 California stores, including seven in San Diego County.

At the mixed-use BRIC (Broadway and Pacific) mixed-use development in downtown San Diego, operator Lankford Phelps Portman recently landed a dealership of Pedego Electric Bikes as a new retail tenant. Fountain Valley-based Pedego has already opened a pop-up shop there, and design of a permanent 1,479-square-foot location is underway at the hotel-retail complex, located on the former site of the Lane Field ballpark.

In San Marcos, Vista-based Cookies Con Amore, which makes Italian-style gourmet cookies, recently leased approximately 36,000 square feet at 260 S. Pacific St. The tenant was represented in the 10-year, $3 million lease deal by Travis Jaedtke and Zach Schwaner of Strategic Real Estate Group Inc., and the landlord was represented by Tucker Hohenstein and Mike Erwin of Colliers International Group Inc.

In Point Loma, local dance studio operator Neisha Hernandez plans a July 8 opening for her second location of Neisha’s Dance & Music Academy, at 2650 Truxton Road in the mixed-use Liberty Station development. Hernandez is also founder and executive director of the nonprofit Chula Vista Ballet Co.

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