Four more stores have signed leases to move into the Huntington Shopping Center.
Two, Williams Sonoma and J. Crew, will move into spaces in the main center; two others, Paris Baguette and BFT Fitness, will lease pad sites, the stores fronting the center closest to Route 110, Federal Realty, which owns the center, said.
The center has been overdrive lately, announcing new stores as the $75 million redevelopment continues. REI, Lovesac, Burger Village and Just Salad have opened recently, while work is underway on the new Whole Foods store.
Paris Baguette and BFT Fitness will occupy 2,776 square feet and 2,649 feet, respectively.
Williams Sonoma will take 5,317 square feet, next to The Container Store, and J. Crew 7,766 square feet, next to ULTA.
“The decision to redevelop Huntington Shopping Center has proven successful in attracting premier national brands to expand into this market,” said Chris Fleming, VP of Asset Management at Federal Realty. “By introducing big names such as Williams Sonoma and J. Crew to our tenant mix, we hope to continue to appeal to high-caliber tenants for our remaining small shop opportunities to round out the center’s offerings.”
The center sites on 21 acres of space at 350 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station. Several older tenants, including PetSmart, ULTA, Tilly’s, Michaels, Vision Works, and Verizon are open and operating. When the redevelopment is complete in 2024, there will be a total of 277,000 square feet of retail at the site.