NEW TENANTS FOR SHAWNEE CENTER IN CAPE GIRARDEAU
Shawnee Center in Cape Girardeau, MO
One of Cape Girardeau’s newest
developments, Shawnee Center located at Highway 74 and South
Silver Springs Road, just east of Interstate 55 will welcome
three new businesses there in the very near future.
Tom Kelsey, commercial broker
with Lorimont Place, Ltd. who handles the leasing for the
development’s owner, The Rebel Group announced the recent
signing of leases with Scraps ‘N More, Edward Jones and Charter
Kelsey said Scraps “N More,
now located in the Crossroad’s Center needed additional space
and will expand their operation in the Shawnee Center location
to 3,000 square feet.
The company specializes in scrapbook supplies and other
Construction on their new space is already underway with
an opening date to be announced soon.
Kelsey said he is also handling the leasing of the
businesses present location at Independence and Kingshighway for
the Crossroad’s owner.
Edward Jones, an international investing company, with
several offices in the region, will open an additional satellite
office in the Cape Girardeau location.
The company provides a variety of investment and
insurance products and services for their clients. Construction
will begin shortly according to Kelsey. Details of the
representative to occupy the office will be announced in the
Charter Communications, one of the nations largest cable and
internet providers will establish a retail customer service
operations office at the Shawnee Center development.
Cable and internet customers will be able to sign up for
service and existing customers will be able to modify service
plans, pick up equipment and make payments at the new location.
The office will also house the regional advertising sales
division of Charter.
Plans are to have the new office open sometime in
Kelsey said these newest
tenants would join Station West, Q Audio & Video, Kelly Services
and River City Imaging in the new 27,900 square foot development
with almost 80% of the available space now leased.
Prime spaces in a variety of sizes still remain in the
high traffic and visibility location.
The Lorimont broker said he is working with other
prospective tenants for possible office and retail operations