Boynton Beach, Fla. -- Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group announced that its Boynton Beach Mall property recently welcomed eight new local retailers to its tenant lineup and has also announced the South Florida debut of CCS, a national skate and extreme sports concept store from Foot Locker, to open later this year.
Additionally, several national retailers are in the process of renovating and updating existing locations at the regional shopping mall.
New to Boynton Beach Mall are the locally owned Abbey Photography Studio, Comfort Shoes, Kara Fashions jewelry and accessories, Le Petit Pain, a gourmet French bakery, Pigtailz and Coolcutz children's hair salon, Ragg Tagg featuring rock ‘n’ roll, movie and cultural memorabilia and urban outfitters II Gender and Mixx. The mall has also added Humana insurance and healthcare services located in the north wing.
This fall, the Boynton Beach Mall will welcome South Florida’s first CCS skate and extreme sports retail concept store. The store will be located near the new Stardust Arcade at the west entrance.
On the renovation front, J.C. Penney is undergoing an extensive renovation of its 105,000-sq.-ft. store that will soon include a 2,000-sq.-ft. Sephora beauty boutique. Macy’s is improving its exterior façade while Hot Topic and Auntie Anne’s are updating their store looks and presentations. Both Globall Sports and Gold Buyers+ have expanded to larger spaces within in the mall.
Boynton Beach Mall, owned by Simon Property Group, features a Cinemark 14 Theater, Too Jay's Deli, Macy’s, Dillards Men’s and Women’s, J.C. Penney and Sears, along with 135 specialty stores and eateries.