4 new tenants to open inside Mall at Fairfield Commons

“The Mall at Fairfield Commons continues to attract some of the most popular names in retail, dining and entertainment,” Kristie Miller, general manager of the The Mall at Fairfield Commons, said in a release today, April 21. “Following the completion of our new main entrance, momentum continues to build as exciting new retailers join the center, providing visitors with the best possible shopping experience.”

The new retailers include:

Lovesick, which sells fashion clothing focusing on sizes 10 to 26. The store will be the first in the Dayton-area market, and is scheduled to open in May on the mall’s upper level near the Food Court.

CozyMelts Paint-Your-Own Pottery, currently located at 6204 Brandt Pike in Huber Heights, will relocate to The Mall at Fairfield Commons in May. Customers can paint their own pottery and customize their own candles. The store will be located on the lower level in the Elder-Beerman wing next to Lenscrafters.

Dippin’ Dots ice cream shop will open in June on the lower level JCPenney wing. In addition to being offered at local sports venues, Dippin’ Dots operates a shop at the Dayton Mall.

4th and Goal, a specialty store featuring Ohio State University sports memorabilia, including autographed collectibles, will open in June on the lower level Elder-Beerman wing.

Last year, the mall wrapped up a renovation project that demolished a portion of the mall that previously housed department-store operations to pave the way for full-service restaurants B.J.’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, BRAVO! Cucina Italiana, and Chuy’s Tex-Mex restaurant. Other recently opened retailers and eateries include Designer Dogs, Headquarters Barbershop, J. Lee’s, Ka’Toure Hair and Nail Bar, Seabolt & Co., TFOD and Wayback Burgers.

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