Oct 31 / Retail News
Garden City Center Announces 8 New Exciting Brands Opening Soon
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Wellness and self-care headlines Garden City Center’s newest additions
CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND – Solidifying its position as one of the top lifestyle, dining and entertainment destinations in Rhode Island, Garden City Center further grows its community of standout businesses, through the addition and expansions of 8 brands in the coming months.
Workout wear mecca Booty by Brabants has already opened its first Rhode Island pop-up at Garden City Center earlier this summer. Also joining as a seasonal pop-up is Ohanga, an art and artisanal marketplace for Rhode Island creatives. Other brands set to open are inclusive intimate and apparel retailer Aerie. Skin Spa New York will open and offer skincare and beauty treatments. International retailer of sunglasses and sunglass accessories Sunglass Hut will return to Garden City Center. Premier beauty destination Ulta will open for cosmetic, fragrance, skin and hair care products.
Garden City Center also announced Providence Diamond will expand to a new showroom and men’s clothing and accessory retailer Jos. A. Bank will also refresh to a new retail space on property.
Garden City Center was acquired by Boston-based developer, WS Development, in January 2020. The property has continued to see strong sales and traffic amidst the pandemic the last two years. These new additions mark the latest in the property’s momentum.
“These exciting new additions to Garden City Center add even more offerings for shopping, dining, relaxation and self-care than ever before. Our lifestyle destination has offerings for the entire family and we are proud continue to grow and evolve Garden City Center to meet the needs of our loyal shoppers,” said Joe Koechel, General Manager of Garden City Center.
In recent months Garden City Center announced the addition of Old Navy to the destination, which is set to open this fall.