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First group of tenants announced a new Liberty Center

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Steiner + Associates and Bucksburn Retail Properties announced Thursday its first group of tenants for the new Liberty Center. 

The following tenants were announced:

AC Hotel by Marriott

American Eagle

Anthony Vince Nail Spa

Art of Shaving

Ashcroft & Oak

Auntie Anne's

Banana Republic

Bath & Body Works

Bibibop Asian Grill

Brio Tuscan Grille

Build-A-Bear

Celebrate Local

Champs Sports

Charley’s Steakery

Charlotte Russe

Cheesecake Factory

Chico's

China Wok

Cobb Cinebistro

Dick's Sporting Goods

Dillards

Entwine

Express

Five Guys Burgers

Flipside Burger & Bar

Flash Photography

Folchi Formal Wear

Foot Locker

Forever XXI

Francesca's Collection

GAP

Graeters Ice Cream

Great American Cookie

H&M

Hollister

J. Jill

Journey's

Kendra Scott

Kona Grill

Lane Bryant

Levity Live Comedy Club

Lids

Lush

Marbles the Brain Store

Miracle Brow Bar

Nori Japan

Northstar Cafe

Occasionally Yours

Old Navy

Pacific Sunwear

Pandora

Pies & Pints

Qdoba Mexican Grill

Rodizio Brazilian Steakhouse

Rogers Jewelers

Rusty Bucket

Sbarro

Scentology

Simply Mac

Soma

Spencer’s Gifts

The Buckle

The Limited

Vengeance

Victoria's Secret

White Barn Candle Company

White House Black Market

Yankee Candle

Zumiez

The 64-acre, 1.2-million-square-foot Liberty Center is located at the junction of the newly constructed Liberty Way Interchange at Interstate 75 and State Route 129 in Cincinnati.

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