Several newcomers are planning to come to the mostly-empty building that also houses West Elm (2921 District Avenue), according to building permits.
Drybar, a national hair salon chain that specializes in blowouts, has a building permit for suite 110. Next door, a Connecticut-based eatery called The Granola Bar has a permit for suite 120.
Madison Reed, which sells hair color products, has a permit for suite 130. Beauty store Sephora plans to occupy suite 140.
Can’t wait for the stores to come to Merrifield? The nearest locations for Drybar and Sephora are at Tysons Corner Center.
The stores will join several other newcomers to Mosaic District. Here are the other stores and eateries Tysons Reporter previously discovered plan to come to Merrifield:
- U.K.-based health food chain LEON
- Neapolitan pizza chain Pupatella
- Urban Hot Pot
- French bistro Parc de Ville
- Japanese BBQ and soba noodle restaurant RyuKai
Tysons Reporter also recently spotted signs for Gyu Shige, a Korean BBQ chain that will soon share the same building as Pupatella.
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