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(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Fabbri gelato tech Lydia Fredrickson spoons up free samples of gelato during the grand opening. The new Harmons grocery opened Wednesday in downtown Salt Lake City. The store at 100 S. 135 East was built on two levels. A 50,000-square-foot ground level features a large produce department and meat counter with fresh fish. On the 18,000-square-foot mezzanine there is a deli with a seating capacity for about 300 customers.
City Creek includes dozens of retailers new to Utah
Shopping » Tiffany & Co., Michael Kors among stores new to Salt Lake City.
First Published Mar 19 2012 07:39 am • Last Updated Mar 19 2012 07:39 am

More than one-third of City Creek’s tenant lineup is new to Utah or new to the Salt Lake market, including jewelers Tiffany & Co. and Swarovski, luxury sportswear chain Michael Kors and high-end handbag purveyor Coach.

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City Creek Center retail tenants include:

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

ALDO ­— footwear for men and women

* Allen Edmonds —men’s footwear

Al Rounds Studio— art gallery

American Eagle Outfitters — clothing

Ann Taylor — women’s fashion

AT&T Mobility — wireless

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Banana Republic — apparel and accessories

* Bauer’s Fashion Eyewear — sunglasses

* BCBGMAXAZARIA — women’s ready-to-wear

bebe — women’s fashion

* Bose — entertainment systems and equipment

* BOSS HUGO BOSS — formal and casual wear

Brighton Collectibles — jewelry and fashion accessories

* Brooks Brothers/Brooks Brothers Women — apparel

Cache’ — day and evening wear

Chico’s — women’s fashion

Claire’s — jewelry and accessories

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