Halpern Enterprises to Deliver Phase II of Mixed-Use Project in Metro Atlanta

The Shops at Belmont houses tenants such as Creatwood Tavern, Opa Greek Village and Cielo Mexican Grill. F45 Training and Real Subs Café & Deli will open at the development this fall. The Shops at Belmont houses tenants such as Creatwood Tavern, Opa Greek Village and Cielo Mexican Grill. F45 Training and Real Subs Café & Deli will open at the development this fall.

SMYRNA, GA. — Halpern Enterprises Inc. has broken ground on the second phase of The Shops at Belmont, a 47,593-square-foot retail center located in Smyrna, roughly 17 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta.

The shopping center is part of Halpern Enterprises’ 48-acre Belmont mixed-use development. Phase II of The Shops at Belmont will feature 12,000 square feet of retail space. Australian fitness brand F45 Training will occupy 2,400 square feet at the development for its fourth metro Atlanta studio, and organic dining concept Real Subs Café & Deli will occupy 2,100 square feet. Both tenants are expected to open this fall. The first phase of The Shops at Belmont was completed in 2016 and houses tenants such as Creatwood Tavern, Opa Greek Village, Cielo Mexican Grill, N’Style Barber Shop, Hearing Solutions, Sprint and J. Christopher’s. The Belmont mixed-use development includes residential, healthcare and education components, including Belmont Physicians Center, a 30,000-square-foot medical office building anchored by Emory Healthcare; Village of Belmont, a single-family residential community; 400 Belmont, a 274-unit apartment community; and Smyrna Elementary School.

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