What to know about Stein Mart closing and Town & Country

Stein Mart has announced it is going out of business by the end of the year after filing for bankruptcy Aug. 12. FILE
Stein Mart has announced it is going out of business by the end of the year after filing for bankruptcy Aug. 12. FILE

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KETTERING — Town & Country Shopping Center’s largest tenant – Stein Mart – has announced it will go out of business by the end of the year after an Aug. 12 bankruptcy filing.

The following, according to Town & Country co-owner CASTO, are several numbers about the complex at the intersection of East Stroop Road and Ohio 48, also called Far Hills Avenue:

•$7 million – Amount invested at the center in 2015.

•226,981 – Amount of square feet available for lease.

•34,000 – Square feet of space leased by Stein Mart.

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•2023: The year Stein Mart’s lease expires.

•14,699 – Square feet currently available.

•50 – Spaces at the shopping center.

•14.9 – Percentage of space leased by Stein Mart.

•8 - Spaces now available for lease.

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The other largest tenants, in terms of square feet, include:

•2nd & Charles, 22,246

•TJ Maxx, 22,100

•Tuesday Morning, 13,936

•Petco, 13,700

•Trader Joe’s, 12,223

•Buffalo Wild Wings, 8,775.

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