Seminole City Center announces Studio Movie Grill as next major tenant

Set to open in spring 2017, this is the first Pinellas County location for this national company

Seminole, Fla., June 22 – The Seminole City Center continues to add to its list of industry-leading tenants by signing Studio Movie Grill (SMG), an upscale leader in full-service, in-theater dining, as its next major anchor. Studio Movie Grill is scheduled to open in spring 2017, which is also the estimated completion date for the entire Seminole City Center project.

“We are excited to continue our expansion into the Florida market,” said Studio Movie Grill CFO Ted G. Croft. “SMG not only transforms the typical cinema experience, but also offers a community gathering place alongside dinner and a movie. We look forward to meeting our new neighbors and introducing them to our concept.”

Studio Movie Grill is not your average movie theater. It combines affordable, reserved seating with a fresh dining experience. Studio Movie Grill offers an American Grill menu, signature cocktails, spirits and microbrews and provides service throughout the movie.

“Studio Movie Grill brings a level of unique, upscale service to Seminole City Center,” said Jeff Preston, Managing Partner of North American Development Group. “Not only will Seminole residents have a movie theater again, but it will be a theatre experience like they won’t find anywhere else in Pinellas County.”

Studio Movie Grill joins several other well-known companies that have already signed as tenants at Seminole City Center, including: Earth Fare, Ulta, Stein Mart, Bealls, Homegoods, Kirkland’s, LA Fitness, Petco, Hand & Stone Massage, Burger Fi and Pieology. “We are also working to complete several major restaurant deals and hope to announce those exciting names in the near future,” said Preston.

The new Seminole City Center is a joint venture redevelopment of the Seminole Mall by North American Development Group and Primerica Group One. It features a unique design and layout integrating shopping, fitness, dining and entertainment. For more information visit http://www.seminolecitycenter.com.

Studio Movie Grill
Studio Movie Grill (SMG) modernized the traditional movie-going experience by combining first-run movies with full-service, in-theater dining. Established in 2000, SMG has swiftly grown to 24 locations in 10 states. SMG, long considered the leader of in-theater dining exhibition, recently announced a major expansion initiative with plans for additional sites throughout the country. With the addition of over 50 new screens this year, SMG now ranks as the 20th largest exhibitor in the United States. For additional information, visit www.studiomoviegrill.com.

North American Development Group
Since 1977, North American Development Group (NADG) has been active in the development, acquisition, redevelopment and management of over 200 shopping centers comprising well in excess of 30 million square feet of gross leasable area (GLA) with an enterprise value of over $3.5 billion. Today, NADG owns over 16 million square feet of existing shopping center GLA in the U.S and Canada, with an additional 6 million square feet in development or pre-development. The company also owns approximately 1,600 acres of land in the U.S. and Canada that has been acquired for future retail development. NADG has 10 offices across North America – five in the United States and five in Canada – and a team of over 150 seasoned real estate professionals.
For additional information, visit www.nadg.com

Primerica Group One, Inc.
Since 1987, Primerica Group One, Inc. and Primerica Developments, Inc. have provided a full spectrum of commercial real estate services on Florida’s west coast with integrity, creativity and a fast paced, responsive, entrepreneurial drive. Initially specializing in the retail sector, with a focus on the development and redevelopment of credit anchored shopping centers, Primerica has also developed projects in the office, multi-family, and single-family sectors along the west coast of Florida from Citrus to Lee counties. For additional information, visit www.primericagroupone.com

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