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Orland Square Mall Announces New Stores Coming Soon Following Renovation

Orland Square Mall, one of Chicagoland’s leading fashion destinations, continues to enhance its already popular store mix with the future addition of Aveda and LUSH Cosmetics. Following the completion of the mall’s extensive renovation inclusive of a state-of-the-art food court, new children’s play area, updated restrooms and luxurious new amenities throughout, Orland Square offers visitors a more enhanced shopping experience strengthened by a great mix of new retailers and existing store renovations and mall relocations.

“Orland Square continues to attract some of the most popular names in retail and we’re excited to welcome these new tenants” said David Huesser, Orland Square Mall Manager. “Following the completion of our successful renovation, Orland Square Mall is at its best with new retailers and dining options, plus more exciting tenants to come in 2014.”

Aveda, the well-known manufacturers and distributors of cosmetic products that use plant-derived ingredients, will begin welcoming shoppers this spring in the upper level jcpenney Court. Specializing in hair care and plant-based skin care, makeup, pure-fume™ and aroma products, Aveda offers shoppers the natural products and services they seek in a relaxing, modern setting.

LUSH Cosmetics, the maker of fresh, handmade cosmetics, will be opening this spring on the upper level near Macy’s. With a complete range of vegetarian products that includes bath and body care, skincare, hair care and perfume, everything is made from the finest fresh fruits and vegetables and essential oils. No products are tested on animals and both packaging and preservatives are kept to a minimum. LUSH is the place to visit for effective and environmentally-friendly gifts and products that pamper.

Following the completion of its much anticipated renovation, Orland Square Mall has also welcomed numerous other new retailers. AKIRA, a popular Chicagoland area clothing boutique offering shoppers distinct and on-trend clothing and accessories, opened its first location in the Orland Park area this past fall in the lower level Macy’s Court near A|X Armani Exchange. Vera Bradley, a preppy, classic retailer specializing in handbags, accessories, luggage and gift items opened in the lower level Macy’s Court next to Victoria’s Secret. Lovesac, an international retailer of alternative furniture, making washable, changeable, comfortable and durable furniture for TV rooms, is now open in the lower level Macy’s Court across from The Cheesecake Factory. White Barn Candle Co. is also now open in the lower level Macy’s Court next to the Food Court.

In addition to the new retail offerings, Orland Square Mall welcomed two new dining options to the newly designed food court, Chickwich at Fresh Market Grill, which offers shoppers the best chicken experience possible serving up hand breaded nuggets, tenders and sandwiches, and Zoup!, a popular favorite serving up a delicious mix of award-winning soups, salads and sandwiches. 

Additionally, many of Orland Square Mall’s existing retailers and dining options have undergone exciting changes in the wake of the center-wide renovation. LOFT has relocated to the lower level Sears Court. Helzberg Diamonds has remodeled its existing store located on the lower level Center Court. Build-A-Bear and Eddie Bauer have unveiled new concept stores in their new locations, both on the lower level Sears Court, while Victoria’s Secret’s new concept store is now open on the lower level Macy’s Court across from the food court. Shoppers are also enjoying the welcome changes to the mall’s food court, which also includes the expansion of popular eateries like Taco Bell, Panda Express, Schopp’s Hambugers and Sarku Japan.

In addition to all the new shopping and dining available at Orland Square Mall, shoppers can also take advantage of a new child’s play area on the lower level jcpenney Court, a new family lounge with a nursing lounge, and soft seating areas with convenient cell phone charging stations throughout the property.

For additional information, or to view a complete listing of retail options, please contact Orland Square Mall at (708) 349-1646 or visit www.simon.com/mall/orland-square-mall, www.facebook.com/OrlandSquareMall or www.twitter.com/OrlandSquare.

About Orland Square Mall

Orland Square Mall, Chicagoland’s leading fashion destination, is anchored by Macy’s, Carson Pirie Scott, Sears and jcpenney. This climate-controlled indoor mall features more than 150 popular retail stores, such as Apple, A|X Armani Exchange,  Banana Republic, Coach, Disney Store, Express, Guess, H&M and Victoria’s Secret. In addition, shoppers enjoy a variety of dining options, including recently opened The Cheesecake Factory and Dave & Buster’s, as well as Starbucks, Great Steak & Potato Company, Taco Bell and more. Orland Square Mall is located at 288 Orland Square Drive in Orland Park, Illinois, at the intersection of 151st Street and La Grange Road.  For additional information, please contact Orland Square Mall at (708) 349-1646 or visit www.simon.com/mall/orland-square-mall, www.facebook.com/OrlandSquareMall or www.twitter.com/OrlandSquare.

About Simon Property Group

Simon Property Group, Inc. (NYSE: SPG) is an S&P 100 company and a global leader in the retail real estate industry.  The Company currently owns or has an interest in more than 325 retail real estate properties in North America, Asia and Europe comprising approximately 243 million square feet. We are headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana and employ approximately 5,500 people in the U.S.  For more information, visit the Simon Property Group website at www.simon.com.

 

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Harry Callahan February 09, 2014 at 08:00 AM
Get it ready for change,I remember years ago Ford City Mall did the same thing.
Dm February 09, 2014 at 09:21 PM
Harry do you like anything in the Southland???
Madrdd February 09, 2014 at 09:38 PM
It would be nice to have a Crate and Barrel! Opposed to driving to Oak Brook!
B.j. Monstovich February 09, 2014 at 09:43 PM
Lincoln Mall is still better
Mack Daddy February 09, 2014 at 09:44 PM
You're right Harry. Before that it was Evergreen Plaza. Facts are facts.
DJ February 09, 2014 at 09:57 PM
I avoid Orland Park like the plague. Last time I was in that mall I thought I teleported to another country.
Funkie Fashions February 09, 2014 at 10:57 PM
A great new clothing Boutique opened at 131st LaGrange next to the Jewel & UPS store called "Funkie Fashions". Check it out! http://www.funkiefashions.com
Ashley Purpura February 09, 2014 at 11:44 PM
I am so excited! I love lush, and I normally don't want to hike to Oakbrook, and def. not Woodfield, what an exciting new little mix (also, the renovations look great! that mall needed an update.) Now we just need a teavana in Bolingbrook and I'll be super happy
Logic Man February 10, 2014 at 12:09 AM
They can change the stores all they want , I wont be going back. It's like the insane cantina scene out of Star Wars now. I prefer to shop online now and avoid taxes so I don't feed the monster that is the Illinois state govt.
Harry Callahan February 10, 2014 at 07:49 AM
DM get your head out of U know were.

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