Nine New Retailers for NorthPark

David J. Haemisegger and Nancy A. Nasher
David J. Haemisegger and Nancy A. Nasher

NorthPark Center has announced store openings for nine new retailers, including six that are market-exclusive. The leases, which add up to 13,200 square feet, give the upscale shopping center more than 75 shops and restaurants that are exclusive to the North Texas market. Two additional exclusives, Arhaus Furniture and Pirch (formerly Fixtures Living), will open in summer 2014 as previously announced.

One of the new nine new retailers, Splendid, opened for business last month. Here are details on the other eight:

• Rolex, to open this fall, in the former Stuart Weitzman space, will sell new and traditional timepieces. The shop will sport Rolex’s newest interior design, which includes a private viewing area.

J.Crew Men’s Shop, also opening this fall, is the retailer’s first stand-alone men’s shop in Dallas. The 2,800 square foot location will carry the menswear collection and third-party brands.

Tourbillon Boutique, to open November 2013, is the Haute Horlogerie distribution network for Swatch Group’s prestige brands.

Tory Burch, to open in April 2014, is an American lifestyle brand launched about 10 years ago. The collection includes ready-to-wear, shoes, handbags, accessories, and, coming soon, fragrance and beauty with Estee Lauder.

• Nespresso, to open late 2013, sells coffee and expresso beverages and machines. The NorthPark venue will also offer a light menu.

• Green House Market, to open in November, is a new concept from the team behind Green House Truck, Dallas’ first food truck, which launched in 2009. It focuses on healthy, gourmet cuisine in a casual dining atmosphere.

• See’s Candies, also opening in November, will feature more than 100 confections from the 90-year-old candy company.

Spanx, to open in 2014, will be the shapewear company’s first standalone store in Texas.

NorthPark, a 2 million-square-foot center at Northwest Highway and North Central Expressway in Dallas is the largest shopping center in the region, with 225 retail and restaurant tenants. It generated more than $1 billion in sales last year, ranking it among the top-five shopping centers in the United States.

The center is privately owned, managed, operated, and leased by the husband-and-wife team of David J. Haemisegger and Nancy A. Nasher. For more details on NorthPark, read Glenn Hunter’s in-depth feature in the July-August issue of D CEO.