After two years of construction, the retail and dining district to replace the Sportsmen’s Lodge event center is set to open later this month. The $100 million project, called the Shops at Sportsmen’s Lodge, brings 94,000 square feet of walkable retail, dining, fitness and communal space to the grounds at the corner of Coldwater Canyon Avenue and Ventura Boulevard in Studio City.  

“The first tenancies will open their doors late September, early October, and then there’ll be waves of openings as we move through the remainder of the year and into the first quarter of 2022,” Ron Bondy, executive vice president of Midwood Investment & Development, the New York company which owns the property, said. “Erehwon is going to be the major anchor and traffic driver into the project and we’re very excited about their opening. We’ve really focused on dining, health and wellness, and soft goods as our three pillars for leases.”

In addition to the luxury grocer, tenants in the pedestrian-accessible center will include a gym from Equinox Group, a Mydetox physical therapy office, Salt Optics eyeglass store and a Next Health wellness center offering services such as cryotherapy and vitamin drip IVs. Dining options will feature upscale concepts, such as Tocaya Modern Mexican as well as Uovo, Hi-Ho Cheeseburger and Sugarfish restaurants, created by partners Jerry Greenberg and Carlo and Lele Massimini


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