Rockbrook Village Announces New Tenants, Expansions
Rockbrook Village has seen a flurry of tenant activity including five new tenant announcements, five businesses that have expanded their current spaces and one business that’s acquired new ownership.
Owner Russ Daub explains the recent activity; “Our merchants are who we are, they are good and attract new tenants.”
The five new businesses at Rockbrook Village Shopping Center are Randall School of Real Estate, Well Mama, Penny Layne Photography, Maresco’s Fine Italian Market and Midwest Cloud Computing.
Randall School of Real Estate
Opening next to Garden Café, Randall School of Real Estate is the largest real estate school in Nebraska. Providing pre-licensing courses and continuing education classes for the real estate community, Randall School of Real Estate opened its doors in 1973 and continues to be the industry leader in real estate education in Nebraska.
Randall School of Real Estate plans to be open in December and will be located at 11036 Oak Street.
Well Mama is a community fitness and wellness studio for mothers and children, specializing in mother and child centered yoga, barre and stroller classes.
Childcare will be offered in the mornings for mothers to have the option to workout with their children and all classes are held in an intimate setting so mothers can connect with others. Prenatal groups and classes will also be offered.
Well Mama plans to be open in October-November and will be located at 11043 Prairie Brook Road.
Penny Layne Photography
Penny Layne Photography specializes in portraiture maternity, newborn, child and family photos. A professional photographer for 5 years, Penny connects easily with families and children, which allows her to capture special moments, personalities and even photograph births. Not only has Penny’s artistic background led her to this point, but so has her personal life as she has 5 children of her own.
Penny Layne is open in Rockbrook Village and is located at 11045 Elm Street.
Maresco’s Fine Italian Market
Maresco’s Fine Italian Market is the first of its kind in Omaha. Featuring a deli counter, hot entrees, daily specials, sandwiches, soups, salads, spirits and Italian goods imported straight from Italy, it will be a culinary and travelers’ delight.
Owner Ethel Merriman, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of Bologna will offer pasta-making classes while sharing her passion for the Italian culture and cuisine. Open seven days a week, Maresco’s will offer a large variety of specialty foods and imports from different regions of Italy that are currently not available in Omaha.
Maresco’s plans to be open in November and will be located at 2821 S. 108th Street.
Midwest Cloud Computing
Provides technology solutions for businesses of all sizes, which include hosting in the cloud, phone systems, network solutions, infrastructure solutions, security solutions, websites, social media and SEO. Owner Jay Garren says, “Technology changes every day and yesterday’s technology is not current with today—we provide that bridge from what you use to what is today’s current technology.”
Midwest Cloud Computing is located in the business offices of Rockbrook Village at 2800 S. 110th Court, Suite 1.
In addition to these four new tenants, Rockbrook Village has five existing businesses that are expanding their spaces due to growth and demand. Those businesses include: Creative Tailors, Custom Cruises & Travel, Bare Body Shop, Four Sisters Boutique and Great Harvest.
Rockbrook Village also has one business with new owners, Wooly Mammoth Yarn Shop, another sign of growth.
“A shopping center can’t be everything to everybody but Rockbrook Village comes close,” says owner Russ Daub. “Our tenants provide a mix of service and product categories that are able to compete with the big guys.”
Rockbrook Village is home to 60+ locally-owned businesses, located at 108th & Center.