Six New Tenants Open at Seminole Towne Center

Seminole Towne Center is adding six tenants just in time for the holidays! The new arrivals include Beach Plus, Cupcake Crazy & Top Tier Wedding Cakes, Grounded, Jimmy Jazz, Original Piece and Sushi Heaven. Additionally, The Winey Wench, a café-style art shop. has reopened in a new location near Center Court.

New swimwear retailer Beach Plus is now open in a 2,594-square-foot space located on the lower level near Macy’s. The store sells bathing suits and accessories, and can make custom bathing suits to fit all of your needs.

Can’t decide what to bring for your Thanksgiving dessert? Cupcake Crazy & Top Tier Wedding Cakes will open before the Black Friday rush in a 2,294-square-foot space in the Food Court. The store will sell cupcakes and pastries to-go and has a space to accommodate children’s birthday parties. Additionally, the bakery can design custom couture wedding, birthday and celebration cakes.

For the adventurer on your shopping list, look no further than Grounded, a new tenant located on the lower lever near the Play Area in a 2,334-square-foot space. The store, which is scheduled to open by Black Friday, carries “xtreme” lifestyle brand family apparel, shoes and accessories including watches, hats, wallets and backpacks.

Popular retailer Jimmy Jazz will open its doors before Black Friday on the lower level near Center Court in a 3,495-square-foot space. The Manhattan-based store was named after a song by The Clash, a punk rock group from the late 70s. The retailer features premiere lifestyle, street wear and footwear brands including Nike, Jordan, adidas, Polo Footwear, Levi’s, Decibel and more. Jimmy Jazz promises an ever-changing showcase of the newest fashion available for men, women and kids.

Fashion-forward retailer Original Piece has built its brand on stylish clothing and excellent customer service by trained “Original Fashionistas.” The new store, located on the lower level near JCPenney, is no different. The retailer takes into consideration that each shopper has a unique style and shape, and has different opinions on trends, colors and textures. The 3,063-square-foot store will open the week of Thanksgiving and houses more than 200 styles.

Sushi Heaven will open Dec. 5 in a 773-square-foot space in the Foot Court and offers authentic traditional and modern Sushi dishes made to order.

The Winey Wench, a fun café-style gift shop and art instruction class, has opened in a new space on the lower level near Center Court. The 6,702-square-foot store has it all, from a huge wine selection to a space full of unique pieces of art and sculpture to a classroom for painting classes. Classes are varied with different painters who teach with their own unique style. Additionally, samples of wine are served during class, and glasses and bottles of wine are also available.

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