New stores and businesses are preparing to open at Herndon’s latest retail development.
The Elden Corner Center development (902 Alabama Drive) includes space for eight commercial relators, a spokesperson for Capital Realty Advisors said, adding that all of the storefronts — except for one — are already rented out.
According to the spokesperson, tenants will include:
- Bodega El Paisa, a grocery and market
- Paraiso Latino Restaurant and Bakery
- an apparel store
- Serenity Spa, a body massage business
- Boost Mobile
- Madina Pollo Rico
Boost Mobile will be the first business to open in the shopping center, the spokesperson said, adding that it is expected to open by the end of the month.
The last spot available for lease “has been built out for [a] hair salon use,” according to the representative, but can also be used for other retail use.
“Some of the stores are almost ready to open up, while others are just beginning to do their custom build-outs, but everything should be open by the end of this year,” landlord and owner Sanjay Bajaj said in a press release.
Photo courtesy Elden Corner Center
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