Three New Retailers Open at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio

Pictured is the new Peloton storefront. (Photo courtesy of Steve Brady)

COLUMBUS, OHIO — Three new retailers have opened at Easton Town Center in Columbus, including Brandy Melville, Peloton and 7 For All Mankind. Brandy Melville is an Italian clothing and accessories brand geared toward teenage girls and young women. The brand has locations in 12 states. Peloton is an indoor cycling company with over 80 showrooms across the United States, United Kingdom and Canada. Customers can try out the bike and mobile classes firsthand. Los Angeles-based 7 For All Mankind is a denim retailer with more than 100 retail locations in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Easton Town Center, developed by The Georgetown Co., L Brands and Steiner + Associates, is a 1,300-acre mixed-use development for shopping, dining and entertainment. It is undergoing a $500 million expansion set to open late this year and early 2020.

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