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New Stores Coming To Mayfaire Town Center

By Cece Nunn, posted Jul 9, 2021
New stores are coming to Mayfaire Town Center on Military Cutoff Road in Wilmington. (File photo)
An Apple service provider and reseller is one of at least three stores coming soon to Mayfaire Town Center in Wilmington.

Simply Mac is expected to open July 24 at 6837 Main St., said Paige Coniglio, Mayfaire spokeswoman. The space was previously occupied by clothing stores Paisley and bevello. 

A different Apple service and resale store in the Military Cutoff Road area, CityMac, closed its location last year at The Forum.

Simply Mac bills itself as “the largest Apple Premier Partner in the U.S.” and, as of a June 23 news release on the opening of a store in Winston-Salem, has at least 47 retail stores in 16 states. It’s an authorized reseller of all Apple products and provider of warranty repair service by Apple-certified technicians.

Simply Mac’s parent company, Simply Inc., is based in Miami.

Also coming to Mayfaire, Coniglio said, is Buff City Soap, a handmade soap store that offers products “free of harsh ingredients and full of nourishing plant-based goodies,” according to its website.

The store is expected to open around the Christmas holidays at 1039 International Drive in the space next to First Watch, a breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant.

Coniglio said costume store Spirit Halloween will be occupying the former Pier 1 space from August through October.

She also announced three other Mayfaire events:
  • Regal Mayfaire Stadium 16 is open and, in addition to new movies, is hosting $1 family movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays until Aug. 25. 
  • Art in Bloom Gallery is hosting a pop-up exhibit featuring art by Elizabeth Darrow and friends July 29-Aug. 28 at 820 Town Center Drive, unit 120. 
  • Communities in Schools is hosting a Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive Aug. 13-15 in front of Harris Teeter at Mayfaire Community Center. 
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