Westfield Old Orchard announces new tenants
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.
WINK will open in SoHo
New York City— Robert K. Futterman & Associates said it has secured a 1,500-sq.-ft. retail space for women’s apparel brand WINK at 129 Prince St., located between Wooster and Prince Streets in SoHo.
WINK, which currently has a store at 155 Spring St., is scheduled to open its new Manhattan location this summer.
The new store will join co-tenants Apple, Lucky Brand, Cole Haan, Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren.
Mill Valley Kitchen opening June 7
Minneapolis— Mill Valley Kitchen, a new restaurant concept from former Excel Bank CEO, Craig Bentdahl, is opening on Tuesday, June 7, in the Ellipse on Excelsior development in St. Louis Park, Minneapolis.
The design of the 5,000-sq.-ft., farm-to-table restaurant was handled by Minneapolis based design firm, Shea Inc.