SOMERVILLE, MA — Assembly Row, Somerville’s dynamic mixed-use neighborhood that offers working, living, shopping, entertainment, and dining experiences, has signed seven new tenant leases, many of which will open this year.
The new retailers include Clover Food Lab, a vegetarian fast-casual restaurant, FRANK, a restaurant that offers farm to table meals , IT’SUGAR, one of the world’s largest candy retailers, Giovanni DeCunto Art Gallery, which will offer contemporary paintings by a local global expressionist , Style Snoop fashion, Pandora collectible jewelry, and PNC Bank.
In addition, Assembly Row is also welcoming two seasonal pop-ups this summer, including an Owl’s Nest beer garden by Night Shift Brewing and volleyball, pickleball, and more at Volo Beach.
“This new crop of tenants brings fresh concepts and diversity to Assembly Row, including our first vegetarian restaurant and a highly anticipated restaurant from Frank McClelland,” David Middleton, general manager for Federal Realty at Assembly Row, said in a statement. “Our goal is to surprise and delight our guests with both permanent and pop-up experiences and there are many more in the pipeline for this year.”
Recent openings Assembly row include Parla XXI, a speakeasy-inspired eatery offering Italian small plates & custom cocktails, French pastries from Le Macaron, boutique offerings from Style Snoop, and soon-to-come services for furry friends at Bond Vet. Anticipated openings include dining experiences from Civility Social House, An Nam, Tatte Bakery & Café, and Tribos Peri Peri.
Miscela, Assembly Row’s new 500-unit luxury apartment community, is also currently leasing and just unveiled its new poolside and roof deck experience for the summer.
For Assembly Row retail leasing information, contact Vice President of Leasing Liz Ryan at email@example.com or 617-684-1508.
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