Five businesses including 2 restaurants to open at this Dauphin County shopping center

A shopping center in Harrisburg is about to welcome a number of new tenants. The

A shopping center in Harrisburg is about to welcome a number of new tenants.

The new tenants at the Kline Plaza shopping center near the John Harris Campus of Harrisburg High School at 101 S. 25th St. will include two restaurants, a salon, an insurance company and a laundromat.

Rapid Sandwiches & More, which operates a food truck is opening a 1,600-square foot brick and mortar location at the shopping center in space 49 near State Rep. Patty Kim’s district office.

A new restaurant, Crisp Café will open a 1,060-square-foot location in one of the spaces between Rapid Sandwiches & More and State Rep. Patty Kim’s district office.

Exceptional Hearts Insurance will take over the former Sweet Home Healthcare office, which is between the two spaces that will be occupied by Crisp Café and Rapid Sandwiches & More.

O’lee De Lux Hair Salon is moving from its Walnut Street location in Penbrook to Kline Plaza.

And Harrisburg Laundromat has leased space at the shopping center and is renovating the space next to the state liquor store.

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Two restaurants and an insurance office are planned for this part of the Kline Plaza shopping center.
January 14, 2021.
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The two restaurants, the insurance company and the salon are tentatively scheduled to open next month while the laundromat is expected to open in the summer.

Kline Plaza is a 220,000 square foot shopping center anchored by Giant, Dollar Tree and Family Dollar. The shopping center has more than 20 tenants. Dollar Tree opened at the shopping center last year.

Nassimi Realty purchased the shopping center in December 2018. Kevin Nassimi, vice president of leasing at Nassimi Realty, also said that the shopping center is in discussions with some national tenants.

Nassimi Realty’s plans for Kline Plaza seem to be falling in line with what Kevin Nassimi told PennLive in 2019 shortly after the realty company purchased the property. He said that the company would focus on filling the 10 vacancies at the shopping center at the time and that two to three additional fast casual restaurants would be ideal for the center as well as service providers that would fit the needs of the community.

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