New tenants announced for Virginia Beach shopping center
Efforts are underway to reposition a Virginia Beach shopping center.
Colliers International’s Norfolk office said it has been working with Orlando-based Mishorim Gold VAB LP, the owners of the Lynnhaven North Shopping Center, on a new lineup of tenants since Mishorim Gold acquired the property in January.
The Colliers leasing team has brought 17 new tenants to the shopping center including two entertainment anchors, Surge Adventure Park and SK8 House VB.
The Lynnhaven North site will be the 14th location of Surge Adventure Park. Its 41,262-square-foot space at the shopping center will house an indoor trampoline and adventure park with zipline courses, climbing walls, obstacle courses and foam pits.
SK8 House VB is building two roller rinks in its 27,000-square-foot space. The larger 10,000-square-foot rink is designed for free skating, and a smaller rink will be used for training and child skaters.
The shopping center, which was built in 1985, has 173,191 square feet of retail space. Mishorim Gold has made a multi-million investment to improve the shopping façade and parking areas.