LMS Commercial Real Estate recently signed separate deals with an indoor trampoline center and pool and spa retailer to rent space at the Gateway Square shopping center in Hampden Township.
Located off Route 581 and the Carlisle Pike, Gateway is anchored by Outback Steakhouse, Wolf Furniture and TJ Maxx. Built in 1989, the shopping center at 105 Gateway Drive has 28 rental spaces totaling nearly 233,000 square feet.
Sky Zone is renting a 24,045-square-foot space for its indoor trampoline park. Sky Zone is a national franchise with 51 centers in the U.S. and 50 more on the way, including one planned on Hempstead Road in Lancaster. There are four additional Sky Zones in Canada.
Founded by Rick Platt in Las Vegas in 2004, Sky Zone features open jump, 3-D dodgeball and "SkyRobics" fitness classes. The concept took off, with franchises springing up across the country and deals in place to expand to Australia and New Zealand.
Sky Zone CEO Jeff Platt, Rick Platt's son, recently appeared on an episode of CBS's "Undercover Boss."
Artesian Pools and Spas is renting a 12,600-square-foot space at Gateway. Headquartered in York, the company is an offshoot of the Splash/Artesian business founded in 1951. The company grew through sales of above-ground pools and portable spas, later including billiard tables, patio furniture, bar stools and tanning beds.
Eight vacant spaces remain at Gateway, ranging from 1,200 square feet to one 25,394-square-foot space. LMS Commercial Real Estate is based in Lancaster.