Chicago — Los Angeles-based Westfield announced that its Westfield Old Orchard shopping destination in Skokie, Ill., has added more new tenants to its offerings.
The Art of Shaving has opened an 885-sq.-ft. store and salon; Epic Burger will open a 1,498-sq.-ft. restaurant next to Crate & Barrel; LUSH will open a 457-sq.-ft. cosmetics store; Madewell, a J. Crew brand, will make its Illinois debut with a 3,316-sq.-ft. boutique; Mrs. Fields Cookies/ TCBY will open a 653-sq.-ft. store near Lord & Taylor and next to Auntie Anne's Pretzels; Tumi will open in a 1,150-sq.-ft. space; Sketchers Shape-ups will open a 1,662-sq.-ft. shoe store; and Wilde &Green is preparing to open its 22,500-sq.-ft., open-kitchen, natural food market featuring 18 gourmet food and beverage stations for dine-in and take-out service as well as a grocery marketplace.
Other retailers are locating and/or expanding within the center, including Clark Street Sports, Chico’s and Claire’s Boutique.
Westfield Old Orchard is anchored by Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor and Macy's.