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(Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) City Creek Center, bounded by State Street and West Temple, and 100 South and South Temple, is part of the larger City Creek development, which includes offices, condominiums and apartments.
H&M leads tenant lineup at Utah’s City Creek Center
Retail » The new mall will mix high-end stores, common outlets.
First Published Mar 01 2012 09:24 am • Last Updated Mar 02 2012 11:17 am

City Creek Center, the shopping mall set to debut in downtown Salt Lake City on March 22, will open with Utah’s second H&M store and a host of other popular retailers.

Mall owner Taubman Centers Inc. on Thursday released its list of tenants and put all the speculation to rest about the retail makeup of the mall.

At a glance

City Creek Center lineup

Stores and restaurants

77kids by American Eagle » clothing and accessories for kids (n)

ALDO » footwear for men and women

Allen Edmonds » men’s footwear (n)

Al Rounds Studio » art gallery

American Eagle Outfitters » clothing

Ann Taylor » women’s fashions

AT&T Mobility » wireless

Banana Republic » apparel and accessories

Bauer’s Fashion Eyewear » sunglasses (n)

BCBGMAXAZRIA » women’s ready-to-wear (n) (Already an outlet store in Park City)

bebe » women’s fashions

Blue Lemon » restaurant

Bose » entertainment systems and equipment (n) (Already an outlet store in Park City)

BOSS HUGO BOSS » formal and casual wear (n)

Brighton Collectibles » jewelry and fashion accessories

Brooks Brothers/Brooks Brothers Women » apparel (n)

Cache’ » day and evening wear

The Cheesecake Factory » restaurant

Chico’s » women’s fashion

Claire’s » jewelry and accessories

Clarks » footwear (n)

Coach » gifts (n) (Already an outlet store in Park City)

Cotton On » clothing and accessories (n)

Deseret Book » faith-based bookstore

Disney Store » branded merchandise

Express/Express Men » fashions for young men and women

Fanzz » sports merchandise

Farr’s Fresh » frozen yogurt, ice cream

Foot Locker » athletic footwear

Forever 21 » clothing and accessories

Gap » casual clothing

GNC » nutritional products

Godiva » chocolatier

The Gym at City Creek » athletic club

Gymboree » children’s clothing and accessories

Hagermann’s Bakehouse Cafe’ » restaurant

H&M » sportswear and fashions

J. Crew » clothing and accessories

J. Jill » apparel, accessories and footwear

Kay Jewelers » jewelry

Kneaders Bakery & Cafe’ » restaurant

LensCrafters » eyewear

The Limited » specialty fashions

L’OCCITANE » skin and body-care products (n)

LOFT » affordable fashions

Love Culture » fashions and accessories (n)

LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics » bath and body products (n)

Macy’s » department store

Michael Kors » luxury sportswear (n)

Mr. Mac » suits and accessories

N3L Optics » sunglasses (n)

Nordstrom » department store

PANDORA » jewelry boutique (n)

Papyrus » greeting cards and stationary (n)

Porsche Design » watches, luggage and apparel (n)

Restoration Hardware » furnishings

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory » candy and confections

Rolex by O.C. Tanner » watches and jewelry (n)

Salomon » apparel, footwear, backpacks and accessories (n)

Sephora » cosmetics and skin care

Steve Madden » footwear (n)

Sunglass Hut » eyewear

Swarovski » fashion jewelry (n)

Teavana » teas and related merchandise

Texas de Brazil Churrascaria » restaurant (n)

Tiffany & Co. » luxury jewelry and accessories (n)

Tricked Out Accessories » mobile devices and accessories

True Religion Brand Jeans » denim and sportswear (n)

Tumi » travel accessories (n)

Utah Woolen Mills Clothiers » men’s and women’s clothing

Vans » sports footwear

White House/Black Market » clothing boutique

Yankee Candle Co. » scented candles

ZAGG » mobile device accessories

Food Court

Big Sal’s

Bocata

Chang Chun

Chick-fil-A

Great Steak

McDonald’s

Mykonos

Roxberry Juice Co.

Sbarro

Subway

Suki Hana (n)

Taste of Red Iguana

Service businesses

Key Bank

Wells Fargo Bank

Zions Bank

Harmons grocery

VRx Pharmacy

(n) » New to Utah

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H&M, short for Hennes & Mauritz, is a wildy popular, value-oriented fashion retailer that carries women’s, men’s and children’s apparel, accessories, and maternity clothes. It has collaborated with a number of major designers such as Versace.

Although it has been long known that the shopping center will be anchored by Macy’s and Nordstrom, and upscale retailers such as Tiffany & Co., Coach and Michael Kors, there’s been a lot of speculation about the other businesses that will be operating there.

Taubman’s list includes a mix of the upscale retailers, such as chocolate products purveyor Godiva, and mainstream tenants that you would see in a typical shopping mall, such as apparel retatiler Gap, accessories shop Claire’s, footwear chain Footlocker and sports shop Fanzz.

Here is the City Creek Center’s list of tenants, with the names of those outlets new to the state accompanied by an *:

STORES and RESTAURANTS

* 77kids by American Eagle — clothing and accessories for kids


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ALDO ­— footwear for men and women

* Allen Edmonds —men’s footwear

Al Rounds Studio— art gallery

American Eagle Outfitters — clothing

Ann Taylor — women’s fashions

AT&T Mobility— wireless

Banana Republic — apparel and accessories

* Bauer’s Fashion Eyewear — sunglasses

* BCBGMAXAZARIA — women’s ready-to-wear

bebe — women’s fashions

Blue Lemon — restaurant

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