Continental East Development, a locally-based real estate development company focusing on commercial and large residential properties, today revealed So Happy Nails & Spa as its most recent addition to Antelope Square. Confirmed tenants to the shopping center already include: anchors, Walgreens and Jack in the Box, as well as Schieffer Real Estate Group, Hole-N-One Donuts & Bagels, JJ Revolving Sushi Bar & Chinese Restaurant, Submarina California Subs and Wood Rock Fire Pizza. So Happy Nails & Spa will occupy 1385 square feet and is scheduled to open its doors to the public February 2012.
“When looking for the perfect location to open our first salon we wanted to make sure we were in an area appealing to local neighborhoods and businesses. We found just that at Antelope Square,” said Linda Tran, owner, So Happy Nails & Spa. “We are looking forward to our Grand Opening in February and invite everyone to come out and experience our exceptional services. We will be providing complimentary espresso and offering $5 off any nail service.”
“Securing a nail salon and spa at Antelope Square is the perfect addition to the fast-growing shopping center and we are thrilled to welcome them in the New Year,” said Lydia Percia, Vice President and Co-Founder, Continental East Development.
Located at 33040 Antelope Road, Suite 106, So Happy Nails & Spa will be open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 7pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm.
Continental East Development 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. Groundbreaking for the new Coffee Shop and Bistro is anticipated April 2012.
About Continental East Development
Continental East Development (CED) is a real estate development company with international resources. CED was launched in 2009 to take advantage of the distressed California real estate market and to acquire commercial and large residential properties with significant value-added appreciation opportunities.
Originally established in Orange County, California, CED’s current real estate investment focus has been concentrated on southwest Riverside County including properties located in Menifee, Moreno Valley, Murrieta and Temecula. CED is a financially secure, self- funded development company seeking new distressed real estate investment opportunities in California. To date, all CED real estate acquisitions have been debt-free. CED’s services include real estate acquisition, planning, design consultation, construction management and property management services. Some of the institutional real estate acquisitions of CED have included purchases from Comerica Bank, Central Pacific Bank, First California Bank, KeyBank and Bank Midwest. Continental East Development’s headquarters are located in Murrieta, California.