Soon-To-Open Outlet Mall Announces 30 More Tenants

Among the newly announced tenants at Twin Cities Premium Outlets are Armani, 7 for All Mankind, Steve Madden, Vera Bradley, and Ann Taylor.

Soon-To-Open Outlet Mall Announces 30 More Tenants

Twin Cities Premium Outlets, which is poised to open its doors in Eagan on August 14, announced this week the last group of tenants that will occupy the large shopping center.

The mall's operators have released the names of tenants in waves. It said back in 2012 that Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th will anchor the center. In October, it unveiled 19 more tenants and announced two-dozen more in January.

The 409,000-square-foot mall will have more than 100 shops total, and last month, it held a job fair in an attempt to fill about 1,600 positions at Saks, Coach, Michael Kors, Nike, Gap Factory Store, and other outlet retailers.

This week, the final group of tenants was revealed—and some are stores that have never had outlets in Minnesota before, such as Armani and Steve Madden. The other newly announced outlet stores are:

• 7 for All Mankind
• Ann Taylor
• Corningware Corelle & More
• Dressbarn
• Filson
• Finish Line
• Fragrance Outlet
• Francesca’s Collections
• G.H. Bass & Co.
• Hagger Clothing Co.
• Hanes Brands
• Jos. A. Bank
• Le Creuset
• Loft
• New York & Company
• Nine West
• Pendleton
• Solstice Sunglass
• Stride Rite Keds Sperry
• Vera Bradley

The mall also announced a few new fast food restaurants. Find the complete list of Twin Cities Premium Outlets stores here.

Paragon Outlet Partners, a Baltimore-based commercial real estate firm, owns a 65 percent stake in the Twin Cities Premium Outlets, while the remainder is owned by the Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group.

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