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Yonkers town center signs five new tenants

Since opening in 2011, Ridge Hill in Yonkers has been the center of activity in New York’s fourth largest city, and it is now expanding its offerings with five new tenants.

Monster Mini Golf, an indoor 18-hole miniature course that is completely under the luminescent glow of black lights, joins an entertainment roster that includes iFly, Legoland Discovery Center, and Rockin’ Jump.

Joining the food and beverage contingent at Ridge Hill are Storming Crab with a Cajun menu and Public Pizza Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar, whose owners run three other popular Italian restaurants in Westchester County.

West Dental and My Salon Suite—a kind of shared shop space for a wide range of beauty professionals—round out the band of newcomers at Ridge Hill, which also features luxury residential apartments. 

“We want to bring our consumers variety in their experience here at Ridge Hill,” said marketing director Meghann Hongach.

Ridge Hill – named one of the Top 10 Retail Center Experiences in America by Chain Store Age in 2018–was originally developed by Forest City Ratner and is now owned by Queensland Investment Corp. Key tenants include Lowe’s, Whole Foods, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Cheesecake Factory, Apple Store, and Lord & Taylor.

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