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Changes coming to Shops at Boardman Park

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BOARDMAN TOWNSHIP, Ohio - One business has closed and another will be opening at the Shops at Boardman Park.

Handel Investments, which operate the Shops, tell 21 News that Party Max closed it's doors on Monday.

A representative from Party Max declined to comment on why they closed. Township officials confirm there is a new tenant set to take over the vacant space.

Handel Investments also revealed on Friday that restaurant chain, DiBella's Old Fashioned Subs will open next to the Quaker Steak and Lube in the Shops at Boardman Park.

DiBella's, which has 32 restaurants in six states, offers a casual dining atmosphere reminiscent of a 1940's New York style sandwich shop.

A news release from Handel's Investments says DiBella's will open on April 24.

 

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