McLean, VA, March 21, 2017 – S2 Capital Partners, LLC kicked off their renovation of the Bryans Road Shopping Center located in Charles County, Maryland with a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, March 13, 2017. The event honored all those supporting the renovation including the Charles County Economic Development Department and the Permits and Inspections Department; the renovation contractor, Uniwest Construction, Inc.; project architect, Rounds Vanduzer Architects; and the lending institution, The Columbia Bank. All were awarded a ceremonial shovel to commemorate the event and their participation. The event was followed by a catered lunch from Bryans Road tenant Martin’s Soul Food and Barbeque.
“We are thrilled to begin the revitalization this shopping center,” said Rob Seidel, Principal of S2 Capital Partners, LLC. “This renovation, which includes all new parking lot lighting, security cameras, new landscaping, new handicap-accessible ramps, and a new façade to replace the old, tired one, will allow the center to once again be a gathering point for the growing community.”
Dallon Cheney, principal of KLNB, the retail leasing agent for the center, echoed Seidel’s sentiments, "We are very pleased about the renovation of Bryans Road Shopping Center because experience has proven that consumer traffic increases significantly in newly renovated shopping centers, and that will have a positive impact on our retailers' sales volumes as well as the retailers that want to open in Bryans Road."
S2 Capital Partners, LLC, expects the project to be completed this Fall. Renovation progress and updates can be found at bryansroadshopping.com. Leasing inquiries should be directed to Dallon Cheney from KLNB at 703-722-2703.
About S2 Capital Partners, LLC
S2 Capital Partners actively seeks value-add acquisition opportunities. Acquisition criteria include grocery-anchored and shadow-anchored retail centers in secondary markets with a value-add potential through renovation, expansion, and lease-up. Their market area is typically within a four-hour drive of McLean, Virginia.