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Antelope Square Welcomes JJ Revolving Sushi Bar as Newest Tenant to Murrieta Shopping Center

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Continental East Development, a locally-based real estate development company focusing on commercial and large residential properties, today announced JJ Revolving Sushi Bar & Chinese Restaurant as the latest addition to Antelope Square. Opening in March 2012, JJ Revolving Sushi Bar & Chinese Restaurant will join shopping center anchors, Walgreens and Jack in the Box, as well as Schieffer Real Estate Group, Hole-N-One Donuts & Bagels, and Ira’s Fitness Pros as initial tenants to the recently acquired shopping center.

“Our goal for Antelope Square is to continue securing businesses that will appeal to the entire community. As we further identify the needs of our potential patrons, we look forward to offering services that differ from others in the area. We believe JJ Revolving Sushi Bar & Chinese Restaurant does just that and we are thrilled that they will be joining the shopping center early next year,” said Lydia Percia, Vice President and Co-Founder, Continental East Development.

“We are excited to bring this fine dining experience to Antelope Square and the City of

Murrieta,” said Linda Shao, Owner, JJ Revolving Sushi Bar & Chinese Restaurant. On the border of Murrieta and Menifee, Antelope Square is an 69,000 square foot retail

shopping center ideally located on the southeast corner of Scott Road and Antelope Road, providing excellent access and exposure to approximately 24,500 cars traveling past Scott Road per day. JJ Revolving Sushi Bar & Chinese Restaurant will offer both Chinese and Japanese cuisine and feature a revolving sushi bar offering fresh fish and sushi prepared by a highly trained and well respected sushi chef.

Rising to the challenge within the community, CED is striving to provide new food

services along with other desired amenities that will help boost business in the area instead of forcing locals to shop and dine elsewhere. CED has revised Antelope Square’s previous development plans and changed the large location that was once slated as a bank pad to a much needed drive thru coffee shop and café/bistro with outdoor seating. The result will be an ideal spot for business lunch meetings and weekend dining with the family or a casual night out. New expansion plans have been submitted to the City of Murrieta. Subject to the City of Murrieta’s approval, ground breaking is projected to take place winter of 2012.

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