Building and Land Technology, the developer of Harbor Point, the 80-acre mixed-use waterfront community, announces the addition of Robeks Premium Fruit Smoothies to their growing list of retailers. Robeks will occupy 728 square-feet of space at 711 Canal St., across from Fairway Market and next to Go Green Dry Cleaners. An opening is planned for mid-summer.

Los Angeles-based Robeks, first in the industry to offer acai, pomegranate and certain varieties of Brazilian superfruits, will bring a wholesome selection of fruit smoothies, fresh-squeezed veggie juices, soft-serve yogurt, sandwiches, wraps and salads to the Yale and Towne section of Harbor Point. Robeks will also offer catering for office meetings, breakfast or lunch.

Wilton resident Katrina Bickford, regional director for Robeks in Connecticut and Southeast New York, will be the franchise store partner at Harbor Point, along with Sharon Spelling, a Stamford resident and franchise owner of the High Ridge Road store.

"Robeks is so excited to be an integral part of the growing community at Harbor Point," Bickford said. "It's a stunning location and is quickly becoming an attractive destination for shopping, dining, recreation and living."

"We're delighted to have Robeks join our Harbor Point neighborhood," Carl R. Kuehner, III, chairman and CEO of Building and Land Technology said.

Robeks serves more than seven million people annually throughout its franchise system of 130 stores in 17 state. Of the eight Robeks stores currently located in this region two are in Stamford -- at the Ridgeway Shopping Center on Summer Street and the High Ridge Shopping Center on High Ridge Road. Along with the store in Darien, Westport and Fairfield, these shops are among Robeks top 10 producing stores in the country.

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