Mount Kisco, NY According to Admiral Real Estate Services Corp., Restore Hyper Wellness will be opening a new location in Mount Kisco Commons Shopping Center at 195 North Bedford Rd.
Mount Kisco Commons, owned by Urban Edge Properties, is a regional shopping center anchored by Stop & Shop and the only Target in northern Westchester County. Located at the intersection of North Bedford Rd. (Rte. 117) and Preston Way, Mount Kisco Commons’ location is an arrow in its tenants’ quivers, allowing them to draw from an 80-mile trade area.
The new Restore Hyper Wellness (Restore) will be proximate to Chipotle, Mt. Kisco Wine & Spirits, C2education, Mint Kisco Dental and Wells Fargo. Other nearby retailers include Burger King, Dunkin Donuts, Grand Prix and Petco.
Restore offers wellness services, such as cryotherapy, IV drip therapy, mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, compression therapy, Stretch+ assisted stretching sessions, infrared sauna, HydraFacials, and micronutrient testing, to name a few. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Restore currently has over 85 locations spanning 31 states.
Joan Simon of Admiral Real Estate Services Corp. represented the landlord and Peter Levine of Charter Realty & Development Corp. represented the tenant in this lease transaction.
According to Simon, “The clients chose this center because of its high traffic count, proximity to Target and Stop & Shop, parking availability and demographics. Mount Kisco is a hub of Northern Westchester and draws from many surrounding towns, including Chappaqua, Bedford, Armonk, Katonah and Pound Ridge, among others. High ceilings make the space bright and airy, and the ease of pulling up to a retail location and walking straight in makes it an extremely attractive location.”
Restore plans a grand opening this summer. “Restore is on a mission to help people take a proactive approach to their health and wellness so that they can do more of what they love to do,” said Jim Donnelly, CEO and co-founder of Restore Hyper Wellness. “We are thrilled to be bringing these services and this mission to the Mount Kisco community.”