High-end apartments land retail tenants

By on August 10, 2017

Six retail tenants have signed leases at Metro at Main, a new mixed-use community in Corona.

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, America’s Best Vision, Poki Cat, Organic Junkie, Meraki Salon and Union Barber & Beer Lodge have all agreed to locate at the project at North Main and Rincon streets, according to a statement by Progressive Real Estate Partners in Rancho Cucamonga.

Progressive, which represented the property owner in the lease negotiations, announced the signings Tuesday. Terms of those agreements were not released.

Site sizes range from 3,138 square feet to 859 square feet.

Metro at Main, which features more than 60,000 square feet of retail space and 868 luxury high-residential spaces, is across the street from the North Main Corona Metrolink Station.  An estimated 143,000 people live – and 80,000 people work – within a 10-minute drive from the property, according to the statement.

The luxury residences have opened, and construction is underway on the project’s 60,000-square-foot retail component.

Metro at Main is adjacent to two luxury apartment communities, Artisan and One11, both of which are more than 95 percent occupied, according to the statement.