The result: over 20 percent of the mall's retailer lineup will comprise new shops. "We are thrilled to be able to reinvent the Somersville shopping experience for our customers," said Senior Property Manager Sharon Cross. "Considering the fact that 53 percent of our market area is under 34 years of age and that 40 percent of the households in our five-mile radius are under 24 years of age, these retailers offer a perfect lineup for the market."
Forever 21 offers one-stop shopping in an exciting environment with a constant flow of fun and creative clothing designs. It's the ultimate source for the latest fashions at a great value.
Vans features men's, women's and kids' footwear, apparel and accessories and offers Limited Edition products and exclusive clothing lines for the adventures of each season.
Torrid has already become one of the hottest retailers of plus-size fashions.
Wet Seal is a leading specialty retailer of contemporary apparel and accessories, offering trendy fashions at an affordable price.
From cell phones to cell phone accessories, Metro PCS has all the products to make you mobile.
Member of a chain of family restaurants that opened its doors on the East Coast, New Oriental Buffet offers over 150 fresh menu items displayed on buffet-style hot and cold tables.
"Providing customers with cutting edge clothing styles, music and goods for skate, snow, surf, and active young lifestyles" is the Zumiez mantra.
Journeys is a destination retailer for footwear and accessories for the teen market.
Cuppy's Coffee is the new generation of coffee and smoothies, established in 2006 and locally franchised.
In other Somersville Towne Center news, Marshalls will be joining the merchant lineup in the spring of 2008. The 27,000-square-foot store will be located in the former Michaels building.
Built in 1966, Somersville Towne Center is a 501,259-square-foot, enclosed regional mall located off Highway 4. The center features Macy's, Gottschalks, Sears, Mervyn's and 65 specialty stores and restaurants.