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Westfield near to completing lineup for WTC shopping complex

Retail complex slated to open in second half of 2015

December 09, 2014 09:22AM

A rendering of the street-level retail for 4 World Trade Center, left, and 3 World Trade Center

A rendering of the street level retail for 4 World Trade Center, left, and 3 World Trade Center

Get ready to shop: The lineup of stores at the World Trade Center’s retail space is almost complete, according to its landlord.

Westfield Group, which bought the space for $1.4 billion, has signed tenants that include high-end brands Breitling, Kate Spade and Zadig & Voltaire, as reported by The Real Deal

The 350,000-square-feet Westfield World Trade Center will likely open in the second half of 2015, according to Bloomberg News.

The stores are located around the massive Santiago Calatrava designed transportation hub. Other  shops will do business on the first few levels of 3 World Trade Center and 4 World Trade Center.

A number of retailers have signed on to open stores in the complex, including Camper and Stuart Weitzman, watch boutique Swatch and beauty brands Kiehl’s, Aesop and L’Occitane. For those not in the mood for a makeover, food establishments La Colombe coffee, Beer Table, Minamoto Kitchoan and Jones the Grocer are also opening up shop. [Bloomberg News] — Claire Moses

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