A shopping center near the Greensboro Metro station will soon have a Burlington store.
Formerly known as Burlington Coat Factory, the national off-price department store chain recently announced that it will open this fall in Sports Authority’s former spot at 8355 Leesburg Pike.
“This new location brings jobs to the community and provides a great shopping experience for the entire family,” Tom Kingsbury, the chief executive officer and chairman of Burlington Stores, said in a press release.
Burlington will occupy 42,900 square feet in the shopping center, filling one of its more noticeable vacancies. “Whether they’re looking for brand name clothing, stylish home decor items, or anything for baby, customers will enjoy significant savings and discover new merchandise arrivals each week,” Kingsbury said.
The new store will be the 20th Burlington location in Virginia, according to the press release.
Warby Parker has set its sights on a new spot in the Mosaic District.
A wraparound outside 2920 District Avenue, Suite 130 says that the prescription designer eyeglass retailer is moving into Northern Outfitter’s former spot.
(Updated at 2:05 p.m. on 6/19/19) This fall, shoppers and diners in Tysons will have new shops and restaurants to check out at The Boro development.
The development by The Meridian Group has curated a growing list of retailers and restaurants over the last several months, including a 14-screen ShowPlace ICON Theatre, onsite food hall and brewery and recently announced F45 gym.
According to Caroline Flax, an associate at the Meridian Group, here what’s coming soon to The Boro:
Restaurants, eateries and grocery stores:
- Whole Foods
- Akira Ramen
- Poki DC
- North Italia
- Flower Child
- Bluestone Lane
- Paris Baguette
- Tropical Smoothie Cafe
- Tasty Kabob
- Fish Taco
Retailers, services, fitness and entertainment:
The places are expected to open this fall through spring 2020, a spokesman for The Boro, told Tysons Reporter.
The 70,000-square -foot flagship Whole Foods is expected to open this fall.
Image via The Meridian Group
Canadian clothing brand Roots plans to open in Tysons Corner Center later this year.
A sign outside the store says that Roots will arrive in October in the former Aldo space on the second level by the Victoria’s Secret.
The company sells women’s, men’s and kids’ clothing, with a focus on leisure wear and leather goods branded with the beaver logo.
Started in Toronto in 1973, Roots now has more than 120 stores across North America, according to its website.
For shoppers who can’t wait until October, Roots has stores in the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City and Georgetown.
Gilly Hicks, a lingerie brand by Hollister, may soon arrive in Tysons Corner Center.
Hollister revived Gilly Hicks two years ago when the intimates market started to grow as more brands focused on selling bras and underwear geared toward teen consumers.
Building permits indicate that Gilly Hicks plans to occupy a space within BrandBox, a collection of pop-up stores in the mall, on the lower level near H&M. Hollister is also on the first level by Macy’s.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co., which owns Hollister, is on the second level, directly above the BrandBox spaces.
The new tenant at 1389 Chain Bridge Road isn’t attracting nearly as much controversy as the last one — the Nova Firearms gun store.
Boss Design Center is a local remodeling agency. The headquarters and showroom in downtown McLean feature displays for various kitchen and bathroom remodeling options along with a very friendly cat.
The company’s website said the company also does basement finishing and room additions.
“As our name implies at Boss Design Center, we take a keen interest in the entire design process from drawing board to completion,” according to the company’s website. “We have great ideas to help you realize your remodeling dreams from that room addition to the ultimate kitchen remodeling; we bring 10 years of experience to the design table and construction site.”
The company offers an initial complimentary consultation, followed by design and development stages where the company works with craftsmen to install cabinetry, appliances and other remodeling needs.
Boss Design operates in Maryland, D.C. and Northern Virginia.
Lady M Cake Boutique is extending its pop-up in Tysons Galleria while it finds a permanent spot in the mall.
The cake boutique opened in December on the third level of the shopping center in A Taste of Urbanspace (2001 International Drive). The pop-up was originally slated to last until February.
But the cake boutique is still there. A Facebook post says that the pop-up is extended through September.
“We will remain at Tysons Galleria, and look forward to having a permanent boutique soon (location and opening date TBA),” the post says.
An employee told Tysons Reporter that the boutique is eyeing a space on the second level of the Tysons Galleria.
During May, the boutique’s Facebook says the shop will offer a selection of classic and seasonal cakes:
In addition to Signature and Green Tea Mille Crêpes, we are now featuring the inimitable Earl Grey, Passion Fruit and Salted Caramel Mille Crêpes. Fan favorites like Checkers, Chocolate Arc-en-Ciel and Gateau aux Marrons are also available.
Lady M will is open from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. from Monday-Saturday, then 12-6 p.m. on Sunday.
Simply Beauty plans to open an eyelash extension studio in Tysons on Tuesday (May 28).
Currently located in Haymarket, Simply Beauty offers eyelash extensions and refills.
The new Tysons store will open at 8027 Leesburg Pike, Suite 308, its website says.
The new spot is across the street from the Tysons Corner Marriott and is in the same building with the Nordstrom Rack, BJ’s Brewhouse and Neisha Thai.
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Canadian shoe retailer Aldo and two sister stores of an Italian fashion brand have new spots in Tysons Corner Center.
The shoe store moved from its spot by the Lord & Taylor on the second level to a space neighboring the Lego store on the first level on Thursday, May 9.
Calzedonia sells socks, leggings and beachwear, while Intimissimi, which is also a part of the Calzedonia family, focuses on Italian lingerie.
Currently, shoppers at Calzedonia can buy one bikini and get 20 percent off of a second bra or buy two bras and get one for free at Intimissimi.
The car repair shop is set to open in the former Merchant’s Tire and Auto Centers at 2055 Chain Bridge Road, across the street from Tysons’ infamous Toilet Bowl building.
Noelle Malley, a spokesperson for the chain, said the Tysons location is expected to open in fall 2019 and will provide 20 new jobs.
The franchise first opened in 1976 and expanded outside of Northern Virginia for the first time with a new Richmond location.
Virginia Tire and Auto also announced that a new location in Herndon will open this fall.
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