A Taste of Italy: Tivoli Village at Queensridge Dishes Out Planned Tenants

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A project that originally started back in 2006 is finally getting its legs under it and plans to open by March 2011. Tivoli Village at Queensridge, a mixed-use urban lifestyle development on the corner of Rampart Boulevard and Alta Drive, announced some of its planned tenants, including several restaurants, a boutique, a spa and a children’s play area.

“Tivoli Village is within five miles of more than 395,000 affluent residents looking for a place to gather, eat, shop and do business, making it an incredible opportunity for residents and tenants alike,” said Executive Vice President of Tivoli Village Patrick Done.

Corsa Collections, a boutique that offers high-end handbags from designers such as Marc Jacobs and Fendi, plans to locate in the center. Among the restaurants slated to open is Cantina Laredo, a gourmet Mexican restaurant that’s new to the Las Vegas market. Pesci’s, a full-service pizzeria concept from actor Joe Pesci and on-the-go Japanese restaurant Sushibar also intend to open. Contemporary Italian restaurant Brio Tuscan Grille and Mark DiMartino’s authentic German eatery Ratskeller also intend locations at Tivoli Village at Queensridge.

Serving as Tivoli’s family’s play center, Kidville is a full-service learning and play center for children of all ages. The family center features arts and crafts classes, party spaces, an indoor playground, child-sized fashion boutique and more.

Local spa Ritual Salon & Spa aims to open its second location at the center. The spa features a Spa-Ritual party every Wednesday with up to four mini-treatments such as a manicure, three-step lemongrass foot treatment, massages, facials, hair consultations, mini-hairdos and makeup consultations.

The 370,000-square-foot center features an Old World design with pedestrian-friendly streets, cobblestone walkways, scenic landscaping design and amenities such as an integrated below-ground parking structure with direct access to the surrounding shops. When at capacity, Tivoli plans to have 30 to 40 retailers, about eight restaurants, several on-the-go eateries and office space.

Tivoli Village is being developed through a partnership with IDB Development Corp. Ltd., Israel’s largest diversified business group with total assets of more than $30 billion, and EHB Cos. The project is expected to cost $850 million to complete.

For more information, visit www.tvqr.com.

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