New to market retailers opening in Colonnade at Sawgrass Mills mall
02/25/2013 6:14 PM
02/26/2013 4:00 AM
The expansion of the Colonnade Outlets at Sawgrass Mills will continue this spring with the arrival of more new to market tenants.
Two of the newest names announced Monday include Wolford, an Austrian brand of high-end fashion leg and body wear, and Ippolita, an Italian jewelry brand found in luxury department stores.
Also, adding to the food offerings at the Colonnade will be Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar. The restaurant will be the first one for the brand in Florida, featuring gourmet burgers, salads, full bar, 18 wines by the glass and more.
These are the latest new tenants to be announced for the 40,000 foot expansion of the Colonnade, which is being built to the east of the Villagio restaurant and across from the existing retail structure. The new wing will also include the already announced opening of the first Diane Von Furstenberg and Robert Graham outlets in the market, as well as the relocation of the Gucci and Prada outlets that have already opened temporary locations at Sawgrass. Tenants will move in beginning in the spring.
“The proven success of The Colonnade Outlets at Sawgrass Mills continues to attract more of the best brands in the industry,” said Luanne Lenberg, vice president and general manager at Sawgrass. “With our third expansion since the opening of this luxury wing currently underway, we are adding even more market-exclusive stores, further solidifying Sawgrass Mills’ longstanding reputation as one of the most popular shopping destinations in the world.”
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