Easton Gateway includes more than 500,000 sf of retail space and more than 40,000 square feet of multi-tenant class A office space throughout the award-winning community, and adjacent to the award-winning Easton Town Center.
With more than 25 million visitors annually, Easton is the Midwest’s premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination. Tenants enjoy the community’s expansive amenities and services, walkable and pedestrian friendly environment with green space and fountains.
A 2.9 million square foot award-winning mixed-use town center drives more than $1 billion in annual sales and features pedestrian-friendly open-air town squares, fountains and parks.
Working together, Steiner + Associates and The Georgetown Company created a mixed-use town center that has become both a regional attraction and a model for developers and communities nationwide. Since its grand opening in June of 1999, Easton has drawn more than 30 million visitors annually, won the ICSC Award for Innovative Design and has produced sales volumes that are among the highest within its tenants’ respective portfolios.
Featuring more than 200 restaurants, retailers and entertainment venues, Easton is the highest volume shopping center in Ohio. The mixed-use community generates more than $1 billion in annuals sales and drives more than $140 million in annual restaurant volume.
Steiner and Georgetown have successfully introduced many new offerings to the central Ohio market including restaurants like Smith & Wollensky, Brio Tuscan Grille and The Cheesecake Factory as well as retailers such as Nordstrom, The Apple Store, Anthropologie, American Girl, vinyard vines and The Container Store. These new-to-market offerings combined with strong local concepts have created an energetic and engaging shopping and entertainment environment in a walkable “main street” atmosphere.
Steiner and Georgetown added Easton Gateway in 2016. Immediately adjacent to Easton Town Center, Easton Gateway added more than 500.000 square feet of retail and restaurant uses to the mixed-use community. Easton Gateway includes several large format retailers including Dick’s Sporting Goods, Field & Stream, Golf Galaxy, Container Store, Whole Foods and Costco as well as nearly 150,000 square feet of small and mid-sized retailers and restaurants including Saks Off Fifth, REI, Pies & Pints, Melt, J. Alexanders, and dozens of others.
For all leasing opportunities at Easton Town Center, please e-mail Heather Kovello at firstname.lastname@example.org or Spencer Jordan at email@example.com with your contact information and they will respond to you shortly.
You are also welcome to send an email via our inquiry form for this project.
Demographic Information (Projected 2023)
|5 miles||10 miles||15 miles||20 miles|
|Total Daytime Employment||116,491||405,906||623,949||681,399|
|Avg. Household Income||$74,278||$86,510||$89,327||$90,719|
|Household with Income above $75K||$39,401||$157,430||$255,040||$284,446|
|Household with Income above $100K||$22,339||$98,042||$158,685||$177,902|
Easton Community Foundation
When you use a meter at Easton, you aren’t just paying to park.
You’re helping fund the work of the Easton Community Foundation. That includes efforts like our Change for Charity meter program, Cornerstone Event Partnerships and Community Outreach Programs.
Every aspect of the Foundation is a joint partnership with our community and Easton visitors, like you. So each time you put quarters in a meter or make a ticket payment, you’re helping to benefit youth and family-focused organizations in central Ohio.
From college scholarships to high school mentorship programs, a youth advisory council and community volunteers we call ‘Easton Ambassadors’, we reach out to the central Ohio community throughout the entire year in order to actively engage area students, parents, teachers, churches and civic groups. Each spring, the foundation awards scholarships to eight graduating students at four local high schools. And each month, we host and organize leadership forums and community service projects as part of our Mentorship Program, as well as solicit feedback from our Youth Advisory Council. Finally, we organize and support local area civic organizations, teachers, churches, and other area leaders who volunteer to ensure a helpful, safe, enjoyable experience for all who visit Easton.
Easton Cornerstone Event Partnerships
By attending Cornerstone Events hosted at Easton Town Center, your support helps raise the money necessary for vital institutions focusing on family health in central Ohio. These events have included Once Upon a Night to benefit Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Celebration for Life to benefit The James Cancer Hospital, and An Evening of Hope to benefit the Center for Child & Family Advocacy.
Change for Charity Meter Program
The Change for Charity Meter Program is one of the most recognizable components of the Easton Community Foundation due to the direct relationship that exists between your parking meter and ticket payments and local charities. Change for Charity designates a new organization every two months to receive a portion of the parking meter proceeds and ticket revenues generated at Easton Town Center and Easton Gateway.
Easton Community Room and Booth
For central Ohio community groups interested in public exposure and interaction, there is no better location than Easton. Organizations classified as 501(C)(3) may utilize a highly visible community booth inside the Station Building and/or a private community room at no charge. Space is available on a first come, first served basis.
We understand how to create the sense of place people desire in these environments and how to design for sustained use.Yaromir Steiner
Nordstrom, Macy’s, AMC Theatres, Barnes & Noble, Apple, American Girl, lululemon, Coach, LEGO Store, Crate & Barrel, west elm, Tiffany & Co., Anthropologie, McCormick & Schmick’s, H&M, The North Face, Sur La Table, Costco, Whole Foods, REI, Saks Off 5th, Field & Stream, Dick’s Sporting Goods, The Container Store, Lilly Pulitzer, vineyard vines, Filson, Shinola, Zara, LEGOLAND Discovery Center
Size of Project
1.7 million square feet
2.9 million square feet
4.2 million square feet
Residence Inn by Marriott
Courtyard by Marriott
30 million +
Number of Parking Spaces
Cost of Project
Phase I Summer 1999
Phase II Fall 2001
The Georgetown Company
2017 Silver US MAXI Award in Cause
2017 Silver US MAXI Award in Cause Market (ICSC)
Steiner + Associates
Leasing/Specialty Retail Leasing/Temporary Tenant Leasing
Spencer Jordan (614) 572-3094
Heather Kovello (216) 978-2979
Monday – Thursday
10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday & Saturday
10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Noon – 6:00 PM
Holiday Hours May Vary