Fisher Architecture welcomes Capital SUP to Marina Landing in Downtown Salisbury
Posted on - April 27, 2017
Fisher Architecture, the City of Salisbury and Salisbury Development Group LLC welcomed Capital SUP to downtown Salisbury today at a surprise announcement press event. Capital SUP will be one of the first tenants in the Fisher designed Marina Landing mixed-use (commercial & residential) development on the waterfront at the Port of Salisbury.
Capital SUP will be opening up shop sooner than later. Owner Brian Meyer says they hope to have a mobile unit up and running at the far end of the marina this summer.
Community members will have the opportunity to rent paddle boards, canoes, kayaks or a Hobie mirage eclipse. When the business is fully functional and moved into the tenant space at Marina Landing, they will offer water fitness programs, boot camp classes, SUP Yoga and LED night tours.
More about Marina Landing
Marina Landing is the first public-private partnership for the City of Salisbury and Salisbury Development Group LLC and part of a redevelopment initiative built into the city’s 20-year master plan. The development will include 40 apartment units and 15,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space in addition to 20,000 square feet of open outdoor green space equipped with a jumbo screen television. Listing broker Blair Rinnier from Rinnier Development looks forward to showcasing and filling the space.