2nd retailer to join Elmore Marketplace, Pier 1, opened Feb. 25


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Posted Online: Feb. 28, 2014, 1:28 pm
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Press release submitted by Heart of America Group


Heart of America Group with Elmore Marketplace News
Remaining Retailers will open during March

DAVENPORT, IOWA – The 2nd retailer to join Elmore Marketplace, Pier 1, opened on Tuesday, February 25, 2014. The new Pier 1 location is more centrally located, easily accessible to both the Iowa and Illinois Quad Cities, and a welcome addition to the neighborhood.

With Phase 1 of the project nearing completion, the remaining retailers are scheduled to open throughout the month of March. Heart of America Group Company officials indicated the retail line up will be completed with the opening of Banana Republic Factory Stores, Carter's, Charming Charlie, DSW, Gap Outlet, and Lane Bryant. While retailers are busy preparing for their upcoming openings, Heart of America Group is busy working on the construction of their Holiday Inn & Suites and newest creation---The J Bar, featuring high end bar fare and specialty drinks. The duo is located at the apex of Elmore Marketplace. Heart of America Group anticipates an early August opening for the hotel and restaurant.

Heart of America Group is a thirty-six year old development company headquartered in Moline, Illinois with a knack for conceptualizing, designing, developing and managing some of the most exceptional hotel, restaurant and retail developments in the Midwest.

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