June 28, 2018

Lakeway Commons signs three leases, now at capacity

Photo/Courtesy/Grossman Development Group
An aerial view of Lakeway Commons, with Whole Foods Market in the background along Route 9. The plaza has signed three new leases.

Lakeway Commons has signed three new leases, bringing the Shrewsbury shopping center to full capacity less than a year after its opening.

Club Pilates, a pilates studio and gym from the California-based chain, is slated to open this summer, along with Atlantic Poke, a restaurant serving the popular sushi-and-salad poke dish, developer Grossman Development Group announced Thursday. A third new tenant, SkinMD Laser & Cosmetic Group, is slated to open Sept. 1 after moving from Worcester.

The new storefronts will join Whole Foods Market, Starbucks, Tavern in the Square, Burton's Grill, Qdoba Mexican Eats, Visionworks and others. The roughly 100,000-square-foot retail plaza includes 250 apartments and 14 townhouses.

The first stores opened at the former Spag's site on Route 9 last fall.

Club Pilates will be owned by Michaela and Jeff Bruce, and Atlantic Poke by Shrewsbury resident Michael Tomaiolo. SkinMD Laser & Cosmetic Group, which offers cosmetic face and body treatments and other skin services like non-surgical facelifts, is owned and operated by Paul Flashner, and will move from its current location on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester.

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