Fairfield to expand retail options

Greene County News

BEAVERCREEK — With the interior redevelopment nearly complete, The Mall at Fairfield Commons, Beavercreek’s one-stop family shopping, dining and entertainment destination, has announced that it will expand its retail offerings once again with the addition of Vanity this November. Vanity will join two previously announced retailers, including francesca’s, which is now open, and FUSIAN, which is opening this January.

“We’re very excited to welcome Vanity and other popular national retailers in the upcoming months,” said Kristie Miller, general manager at The Mall at Fairfield Commons. “Our focus remains to provide our style conscious shoppers with the best choices possible as the area’s go to place for fashion and dining.”

Vanity will feature a wide selection of quality, affordable and trendy fashions for young women. The retailer’s clothing and accessories reflect self-expression and confidence through the latest styles and trends. Each store strives to enrich every shopper’s experience by providing a friendly, genuine and knowledgeable environment. The Beavercreek store, which is located between Cinnabon and Ashcroft & Oak, joins more than 200 Vanity locations across 27 states.

The Mall at Fairfield Commons continues to grow with this future addition, plus francesca’s, which is now open next to JCPenney, and FUSIAN, which is expected to open this January near Bravo! Cucina Italiana.

The center’s ongoing interior redevelopment, which includes a contemporary facelift of Center Court. Recently, a new floating staircase was installed near JCPenney to replace the large marble staircase that currently divides the common area. For added shopper convenience, a new set of men’s, women’s and family restrooms, complete with a dedicated family lounge, are now open on the lower level near rue21, and charging stations have been installed nearby.

For more information, including a full list of retailers, visit www.mallatfairfieldcommons.com or call 937-427-4300.

Story courtesy of The Mall at Fairfield Commons.

Story courtesy of The Mall at Fairfield Commons.