What's In Store

A handful of new stores will open soon at SouthPark mall

SouthPark mall's front entry
SouthPark mall's front entry

A handful of new stores will open soon at SouthPark mall.

Upscale women's boutique Trina Turk and home furnishings store Arhaus are each opening their first stores in Charlotte this summer at the mall, according to a statement this week from SouthPark owner Simon Property Group. Also opening this summer is coffee maker Nespresso, which will be a pop-up boutique in the Belk wing near Lacoste.

Trina Turk — which sells dresses, swimwear, menswear and jewelry — will be in a 2,568-square-foot store near Neiman Marcus formerly occupied by Ivy Citizens, which is relocating to the old Track & Field location, Simon said. Arhaus — which sells home decor and offers design services — will be in a 7,566-square-foot store across from David Yurman and formerly occupied by Pottery Barn Kids.

Then opening in September is Peter Millar, the upscale men's clothing store that will take the place of the furniture store Design Within Reach at the Village at SouthPark on Sharon Road.

“These coveted stores are the perfect additions to our line-up of exceptional brands," said Holly Roberson, director of marketing and business development for the mall, in a statement.

SouthPark has seen a bit of turnover of its store lineup in recent months. Some stores such as BCBG Max Azria, MontBlanc and Hermès closed their doors at the mall, while others such as Palmetto Moon, Henig Furs and The Athlete's Foot have opened new stores at SouthPark.