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Tivoli Village to open in March 2011, announces tenants


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The Tivoli Village at Queensridge project is shown earlier this month.

Tivoli Village at Queensridge

Tivoli Village at Queensridge, the $850 million retail and office development in western Las Vegas, today announced a March 2011 opening date and said several tenants have signed leases.

The project initially had a fall 2009 opening date, but that was delayed by the recession.

Tivoli Village, at the corner of Rampart Boulevard and Alta Drive east of Summerlin, made the announcement today as the International Council of Shopping Centers RECon convention continued in Las Vegas.

Tivoli Village said it's leasing more than 370,000 square feet of retail, restaurant, entertainment and Class A office space.

Tivoli said it will open with 30 to 40 retailers, about eight restaurants and several fast-food restaurants.

Tenants that have committed to Tivoli Village are family activities center Kidville, Mexican restaurant Cantina Laredo, actor Joe Pesci's pizzeria Pesci's, Italian restaurant Brio Tuscan Grille, German eatery Ratskeller, specialty retailer CORSA Collections and Ritual Salon & Spa.

"The tenants who have joined us, align perfectly with our goal to create a high-quality dining, retail and office destination within our community. Our restaurants and retailers complement what exists today in what we know is an underserved market," Executive Vice President of Tivoli Village Patrick Done said in a statement. "Tivoli Village is within five miles of more than 395,000 affluent residents looking for a place to gather, eat, shop and do business, making it an incredible opportunity for residents and tenants alike."

Tivoli Village is being developed through a partnership with IDB Development Corporation, Ltd. - described as Israel's largest diversified business group with total assets of more than $30 billion - and EHB Companies.

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