Old Navy, other new retailers confirmed for Shelbyville Road Plaza June 2, 2022 By Hagan Properties JUN 2 By Eleanor Tolbert – Reporter, Louisville Business First June 2, 2022 In May, I reported Old Navy filed plans with Louisville Metro Planning & Design Services for the suite that formerly held the Nike Factory Store. At the time, neither the company nor Hagan Properties, which manages the center, could comment on the deal. An Old Navy spokesperson said in an email Thursday the store will be opening its new location in the Shelbyville Road Plaza in early fall. The Planning & Design filing shows the clothing retailer intends to fit out 15,539 square feet. Lease details were not disclosed. The Nike store closed in January. Old Navy will sit between the Nordstrom Rack and Guitar Center in the shopping center. The filing shows Ohio-based Shremshock Architect Inc. and Minnesota-based Elder Jones Inc. are providing their services to the project. Tommy Edwards, retail director for Hagan Properties, said in an email several more retailers have recently or will soon be opening at the plaza: Impromptu Boutique, a locally owned women’s retailer, recently opened in a 3,500-square-foot space. Waxxpot, a waxing salon with locations in Ohio, Texas and Colorado, will be opening a 1,000-square-foot location in the coming months. This will be its first Louisville operation, although it’ll also be opening a Middletown store at 13401 Shelbyville Road, its website shows. Sophia’s Rugs, a locally owned rug store, plans to relocate its operations to a 3,300-square-foot space in the shopping center in late summer. It’s currently located at 11300 Decimal Drive. A few other retailers are under contract in the center and names should become available in the coming months, Edwards said. The shopping center is stacked with other well-known brands, including Trader Joe’s, Quest Outdoors, JoAnn’s, Buff City Soap and CycleBar.