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Retail changes: Store openings, news for Lancaster County in June 2019


Gameseum owner Steven Van Splinter Jr. with a game that will be part of his new Ephrata arcade.

Here's a look back at some of the restaurant changes in Lancaster County in June.

This month, five retail spaces opened, and an announcement of a new retail space was made in June.

Dining out: Restaurant openings, news for Lancaster County for June 2019

Here are the retail/fitness stores that opened in June:


The Club Pilates studio at the Shoppes at Belmont. 

Cotton On opened at the Park City Mall, at 142 Park City Center in Lancaster. The store sells clothing and accessories for men, women and children.

Charlotte Russe reopened at Park City Mall, at 142 Park City Center in Lancaster. The store sells women's clothing, shoes and accessories.

Club Pilates opened at The Shoppes at Belmont, at 1567 Fruitville Pike in Lancaster. The fitness space offers both group classes and private instruction. 

Gameseum opened in Ephrata, at 27 N. State Street. The venue features pinball machines and classic arcade games like "Donkey Kong," "Pac-Man," "Galaxian" and "Mortal Kombat," among others. 

Factory Direct Mattress & Sofa Outlet opened in @Rockvale, at 35 S. Willowdale Drive in Lancaster. The store is the new incarnation of Gardner's Mattress & More, adding nearly twice the amount of furniture.

Here is the retail news that broke in June:

Black Bear Leather

Black Bear Leather owner Michael Glick.

Black Bear: Leather and Home will open in Lancaster city, at 317 N Queen Street. The store will take over the former home of the hi-fi shop Now Listen Here. The shop will offer a workshop and a retail store, and will sell products like purses, totes, wallets, belts and briefcases.