Dollar Tree will be anchor tenant at Bloom Circle Shopping Center in Berlin

Dollar Tree will become the anchor tenant at the Bloom Circle Shopping Center in Berlin, Vantage Commercial announced Tuesday.

Serving as the landlord representative, Ken Richardson, vice president, and John Doss Sr., adviser, at Vantage Commercial, played pivotal roles in bringing this prominent national retailer to the thriving shopping destination.

Dollar Tree, a Fortune 200 company, has experienced remarkable growth in the market, reinforcing its position as a preferred choice for budget-conscious consumers. Recent statistics indicate that Dollar Tree has expanded its footprint, reaching new heights in terms of store count and sales revenue. The strategic decision to anchor at the Bloom Circle Shopping Center aligns with Dollar Tree’s commitment to providing affordable, high-quality products to diverse communities.

“We are delighted to welcome Dollar Tree to the Bloom Circle Shopping Center,” Richardson said. “This collaboration underscores the attractiveness of our retail spaces and the strength of the Berlin market. Dollar Tree’s continued growth and success make them an ideal anchor tenant, contributing to the overall vibrancy of our shopping center.”

The Bloom Circle Shopping Center has become a focal point for retail and community engagement. In addition to securing Dollar Tree as the anchor tenant, the shopping center has 6,000 square feet of additional space available, providing opportunities for businesses to join this thriving community hub. Furthermore, a fully fit-out pizza restaurant is soon to become available, adding to the diverse and dynamic tenant mix. Additionally, in a prime location within the center, the property offers a former McDonald’s pad site available for sale.