New stores coming to Fairfield Commons


Greene County News Report

BEAVERCREEK — Four new stores will open at The Mall at Fairfield Commons in May and June, according to a release from the mall. The new stores – Lovesick, CozyMelts, Dippin’ Dots and 4th and Goal – follow in the wake of the mall’s surge of growth in recent months.

“The Mall at Fairfield Commons continues to attract some of the most popular names in retail, dining and entertainment,” said mall general manager Kristie Miller. “Following the completion of our new main entrance, momentum continues to build as exciting new retailers join the center, providing visitors with the best possible shopping experience.”

Lovesick, a “trend-driven lifestyle concept that celebrates beautifully curvy girls by offering on-trend fashion for sizes 10 to 26” will be a first-in-market location. The store is expected to open in May on the upper level of the mall near the food court.

CozyMelts will offer visitors a place to paint pottery and customize their own candles. The location, which is expected to open in May, will be located on the lower level of the mall in the Elder-Beerman wing next to Lenscrafters.

Dippin’ Dots, the popular futuristic ice cream shop, is expected to open in June on the lower-level JCPenney wing near Christopher & Banks.

4th and Goal, a specialty store featuring Ohio State University sports memorabilia, is also expected to open in June on the lower-level Elder-Beerman wing across from Lenscrafters.

The announcement of these additions follows the recent openings of several other shops at the mall, including Designer Dogs, Headquarters Barbershop, J. Lee’s, Ka’Toure Hair and Nail Bar, Seabolt and Co., TFOD and Wayback Burgers, plus several new full-service restaurants that are now open near the mall’s newly completed main entrance: BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, BRAVO! Cucina Italiana and Chuy’s.

File photo Shoppers line up last year at the opening of the mall’s new entrance area. photo Shoppers line up last year at the opening of the mall’s new entrance area.

Greene County News Report compiled by Nathan Pilling.

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