Coming To Mayfaire: New Tenants, Lululemon Expansion And Rolex Time

By Staff Reports, posted Jun 14, 2024
New stores and an expanded lululemon are coming to Mayfaire Town Center this summer and fall. (File photo)
Mayfaire Town Center is expanding with new tenants and major upgrades for existing stores, according to a news release.

Clothing stores Free People and FP Movement are expected to open this fall. National athletic wear retailer lululemon, which opened a pop-up in 2021, is set to relocate and expand into 5,200 square feet along Main Street, the release stated.

“This is an exciting year for Mayfaire,” said Stephen Lebovitz, CEO of Mayfaire owner CBL Properties (NYSE: CBL), in the release.

He said the property is celebrating its 20th anniversary and marking the milestone by adding new retailers, including the first FP Movement in the CBL portfolio.

The Zimmer family, one of the developers of Mayfaire, owns Reeds Jewelers and have renovated the 9,000-square-foot Reeds Jewelers space on Mayfaire Town Center's Inspiration Drive. The space includes Rolex and David Yurman stores, as well as a bar and lounge.

According to the release, a grand opening for the newly renovated and expanded store is planned for July.

“The Zimmer family played a pivotal role in the development of Mayfaire and we appreciate their continued commitment to the growth and success of the center," Lebovitz stated in the release. "Their new flagship store will offer shoppers an unparalleled luxury experience and elevate the overall mix at the property.”

Free People and FP Movement will be on Main Street, occupying 2,300 and 2,200 square feet, respectively, the release stated.

To make way for the lululemon expansion, Rack Room Shoes has relocated and recently reopened in a new 4,000-square-foot space along Monument Drive, next to David’s Bridal, the release stated.

"Construction on Free People, FP Movement, and lululemon is currently underway with anticipated openings this fall," according to the release. "Additional details will be announced closer to the opening dates."

In addition to Free People, FP Movement, and lululemon, Claire’s will open in June in a new 1,400-square-foot location along Inspiration Drive to make way for another retailer.

"More details about that new store will be shared as plans are finalized," according to the release.

Additionally, at Mayfaire Community Center, Vochos Urban Mexican Kitchen and Potbelly Sandwich Shop will open, and Chick-fil-A will reopen, this summer.
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