Zara inks 28K sf lease at Beverly Center

Fast fashion retailer will open its store this fall

Aug.August 16, 2017 01:00 PM
Zara is moving into Beverly Center (credit: Beverly Center)

Fast-fashion giant Zara will be moving into the Beverly Center this fall. 

The Spanish brand inked a deal for a 28,291-square-foot space that will carry its full line of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and accessories.

It will be located on Level 6 between retailers Foot Locker and Maje, according to a release from the Beverly Center.

Zara is said to be the first new retailer to open at the shopping center as part of developer Taubman Centers’ $500 million renovation of the eight-story property. 

Anchored by Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s, the mall is expected to include a food hall curated by chef Michael Mina featuring a massive glass ceiling, street-level restaurants and a new façade.

The mall’s makeover is expected to be completed by the 2018 holiday season.

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