CHARLOTTE – SouthPark announced the addition of five new stores to its retail roster in the coming months. From stylish threads to renowned plastic surgeons, SouthPark’s newest stores add even more variety to the property’s already diverse retail lineup.
A lifestyle brand with a very compassionate following, Lilly Pulitzer will open near Center Court in mid-February 2012. The 2,490 square foot space at SouthPark is inspired by the colors and charm of Palm Beach, the home of the company’s namesake and founder. With the unique interior design, Lilly Pulitzer will showcase the brand’s playful print designs and resort town heritage. The store will provide shoppers with the fullest expression of the brand’s vision offering all categories including women’s, men’s and children’s collections as well as gifts and accessories including bags, shoes, jewelry and eyewear.
House of Hoops by Foot Locker, is a first-of-its-kind basketball retail experience offering Nike, Jordan Brand and Converse all under one 6,104 square foot roof. The ultimate consumer experience, House of Hoops by Foot Locker will feature basketball products available nowhere else in the U.S., including coveted player exclusive footwear. This is the destination of choice for basketball players who want access to the best products on and off the court. The store also includes a VIP area to read magazines and see behind-the-scenes interviews from top players, as well as the Scorer’s Table with features such as customizable t-shirts and relevant basketball news. House of Hoops is expected to open mid-November 2011.
Criswell & Criswell, a Charlotte-based plastic surgery practice, will open its second location, a nearly 3,000 square feet office, in The Village at SouthPark in December 2011. Dr. Kara Criswell and Dr. Bryan Criswell are both board certified in plastic surgery and provide an elegant, friendly and discrete environment that encourages their patients to explore surgical and non-surgical possibilities to help reach their goals. Patients benefit from having the option of seeing either a male or female surgeon; both are highly trained and available to discuss personal goals and ambitions.
Eye Candy, a Gastonia-based, independently owned company is opening its second location in The Village at SouthPark in March of 2012. At 1,500 square feet, Eye Candy offers high fashion at great prices and with your own personal stylist. Their exciting offerings include clothing from notable labels including Shaye Blue, Judith March, Savannah Rae, Aryn K, Blue, Free People, VO Jeans, Miss Me Jeans and much more!
Paul Simon for Women, a specialty clothing store and a favorite among stylish women for over 16 years, announces the opening of a new store at The Village at SouthPark during Summer 2012. The new store will offer shoppers over 3,000 square feet of floor space filled with the signature style, value and quality Paul Simon shoppers have come to expect over the years. Offering professional, personalized service, the store features classic clothing with a twist.