Columbia Pike’s new six-story mixed-use building is now open, with nearly 60% of its units already leased and several retailers opening their doors this month. The development project was approved in 2016 to replace the “Columbia Pike Village Center” and Food Star grocery store.

Now the 366-unit building, managed by Van Metre, is finally open with tenants already moved in. The long-awaited Harris Teeter will also be open later this month. To celebrate the opening, Centro – in partnership with CPRO –  is hosting a Halloween themed celebration on Saturday, October 26 from 2 to 6 pm.

“We are very excited to bring this new development to the Pike,” says David Orr, Chairman of Orr Partners (Centro’s developers). “We want to invite everyone to join us for this grand opening celebration to thank the community for putting up with our dust as we constructed this great project.”

The grand opening celebration will feature live music and pop-ups from the new retailers in the outdoor plaza and garden. Harris Teeter, Orange Theory Fitness, Eye Smile Optometry & Dental Care, and Why Hotel are among the companies that will call Centro home in addition to the residential tenants.

Inside Centro, the community will find “trick-or-treat” stations set up throughout the building at each of the development’s luxury amenity spaces. Such spaces include a pet spa, fitness center, courtyard pool, clubroom, and more. There will also be beer and wine served in the Centro lobby.

“CPRO is thrilled to see the Pike growing,” says CPRO Executive Director Kim Klingler. “We are eager to welcome Centro’s new tenants and businesses to the community.”

To learn more about Centro, contact Alexis Tsonos