Mikey Bagels celebrates grand opening at Shops at Old York Village in Chesterfield

It has been a decades-long dream for Jerome and Tammy Cirlincione to open up their own version of their favorite bagel shop. That dream finally found its home at the Shops at Old York Village in Chesterfield, according to a Thursday announcement from Renaissance Properties, which facilitated the lease.

Using the same 26-year-old recipe from their favorite Staten Island bagel shop by the same name, the Cirlinciones recently celebrated the grand opening of Mikey Bagels in a 3,000-square-foot space leased from Renaissance Properties.

“We were the most recent of three new tenants to sign a lease at the complex, and the first tenant to open,” Jerome Cirlincione said. “The Renaissance Properties team made the entire process seamless from start to finish.”

The shop is located at 95 Saddle Way, in Suite 200, just 30 minutes from their family home in Monroe Township. The Cirlinciones love how Chesterfield is such a family community.

“I love the design of the complex, the location and how everything is brand new,” Cirlincione said. “I highly recommend Renaissance Properties because of how good and honest they are. The entire office and team went out of their way to ensure that we opened on time.”

The Shops at Old York Village offers a traditional downtown feel, highlighting both commercial space and new retail space, but with both the efficiencies and quality of new construction practices.

“We are so happy to welcome Mikey Bagels to the Shops at Old York Village,” said Robert Adinolfi, chief operating officer at Renaissance Properties. “This brand-new downtown offers appealing retail storefronts and apartments uniquely designed to complement the charming, neo-traditional architecture employed throughout the community.”

“Covered walkways, ample parking and thoughtful aesthetic touches add to the appeal and make the Shops at Old York Village a unique retail offering in Chesterfield and one of the main reasons why we selected this location,” Cirlincione added.