New stores at Bellevue Square have recently opened just in time for the holiday season:
- Intermix – A women’s retailer with an assortment of fashion brands has just opened. The store features clothing, bags, shoes, and accessories. The store is located on the first floor next to the Microsoft Store.
- BCBGMaxazria – This new location for BCBG puts it in the heart of the women’s fashion brands on the first floor where Great Outdoors used to be located near the center of the mall.
- Johnston & Murphy – This men’s and women’s shoe store (and some accessories) is close to opening within it’s new home on the second floor around the corner from the Apple Store.
- Cellairis – Bellevue Square does not allow merchant carts in the middle of the mall, so smartphone cases and repairs are a foreign to Bellevue Square shoppers. This all changes with Cellairis, which is one of the largest accessory companies. In addition to to cases and screen protectors the store will offer on-site phone repairs.
>> Bellevue Square does not allow the carts in the middle of the mall, so smartphone cases and repairs are a foreign thing to the mall. <<
I had to read that sentence three or four times to try to understand what the author was trying to say. Using the term "vendor carts" or "kiosks" would have made things much more clear. Instead I was left wondering what a lack of shopping carts had to do with smartphone accessories.
made total sense to me
It made sense to me as well, but I think it might be because I spend what seems to be half of my free time at the mall, and I could picture what Michael was talking about. 🙂
@Smoley Thanks, I might a slight update to have it be more clear!
Any update on the former Munchbar space? Haven’t seen any confirmation regarding the BWW’s rumor.