Retailer opens at new location at The Greene in Beavercreek


A retailer has opened at a new location at The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek.

Seabolt and Co. has moved to a new tenant space, just across the street from its original location. The store is still located on Holly Drive, across from Torrid and Express. The store offers skin care products handmade in small batches. The store sells products like bath bombs, oils and also offers skin care and waxing services.

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Seabolt just opened at the new location earlier this week, a store associate told this news organization. The store originally opened last year at The Greene. It also has locations in Columbus. Learn more about the company here.

Several new stores opened at The Greene last year. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, a restaurant serving baja tacos, chips and guacamole, is expected to open soon next to Mattress Firm.

Other stores that opened at The Greene in 2017 include: Pearle Vision, Puzzles Plus, LaPuf Sweets, Aerolux Blinds & Shades, Deg’s Flame Grilled Chicken and Take A Break. Jake’s Toggery and Select Comfort have relocated into newly remodel and expanded spaces.

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