First Tenants Announced for City Centre Project

La Vista – City+Ventures an­nounced the first round of restau­rant and office tenants slated to join the mixed-use La Vista City Centre development last Friday.

At full build-out, the community along 84th Street just north of Giles Road will serve as home to a vari­ety of restaurants and bars, as well as additional office, retail and other businesses and indoor/outdoor mu­sic venue.

“The rapid construction progress at City Centre has started to turn some overdue business attention to the 84th Street corridor,” Chris Erickson of City+Ventures said in a release. “We believe City Centre will soon become a distinct desti­nation that will draw folks from across the metro.”

Those business owners who are committing to the La Vista City Centre project are:

• Longtime Sarpy County resi­dent Joey Jones, who will bring the Heights Draft Room, a craft bar with 30 rotating taps along with wine and cocktail options.

“Our mission is to expand the knowledge and appreciation for craft beer through exceptional se­lection, service, and community involvement,” Jones said.

• Local restaurateur Nick Bartholomew, who is opening mul­tiple restaurants: OverEasy, a na­tional breakfast, lunch and brunch concept; Bullitt County BBQ, a full-service barbeque restaurant; and Malted, an exclusive malt shop with house-made ice creams, shakes and adult beverages.

“We believe City+Ventures sees in us what we see in them: the vision and resources to build a neighbor­hood the residents of La Vista can enjoy into the future,” Bartholomew said.

• National restaurant and bar team AMPD Group, based in Pittsburgh, which will also bring multiple con­cepts to the project: Steel Cactus Restaurant & Cantina, a Tex-Mex style restaurant with a variety of famous specialty margaritas; The Standard Market & Pint House, a quick serve cafe and full-service restaurant featuring healthier flare; Social House, an Izakaya style Asian restaurant and lounge that will feature sushi and hibachi; and Foxtail Nightclub and Event Venue, a craft beer and cocktail bar with a uniquely designed interior.

“The possibility of being located across the street from an exciting music destination, along with our relationship with the City+Ventures team, is why we’re bringing some of our highly successful national res­taurant ideas to City Centre,” said Adam DeSimone of AMPD Group.

The $200+ million City Centre project also includes apartments – studio, one and two bedroom – which will be available for move-in this August. A leasing office opens this week, with model apartments open for viewing.

– City+Ventures


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