New retailers coming to St. Johns Town Center this fall | Style
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – St. Johns Town Center will add new retailers Bose and Carter’s and restaurant Sake House to its mix this fall. In addition, Ann Taylor will update its space to the new prototype store.
"Coupled with the opening of JoS. A. Bank this week, the announcement of these new stores shows continuous, positive growth in occupancy at St. Johns Town Center that serves to enhance our customers’ shopping and dining experience,” said Lyndsay Rossman, Director of Marketing and Business Development for St. Johns Town Center. “We are thrilled to bring national brands Bose and Carter’s to Jacksonville and welcome the popular local eatery Sake House to the property.”
Ann Taylor is currently undergoing a remodel. The store will update its space to the new prototype, downsizing to 4,000 square-feet and will reopen in July. The temporary store is located in former GUESS space and is open for business.
Bose will offer consumer electronics products including sound systems, home audio, home theater systems and much more. Known for developing unique sound solutions to meet virtually any audio challenge in any application, Bose staff is available to guide customers to the best products to fit their needs. Bose will be located in a newly created storefront next to Ann Taylor. The 1,100-square-foot store is slated to open in early September.
The leading brand of children’s clothing, gifts and accessories will join the St. Johns Town Center retail lineup in early October. Carter’s celebrates childhood by supporting babies, children and families with thoughtful designs, quality materials and construction and convenient shopping options. The new 4,000-square-foot store will be located in the former Beauty First space, next to LifeWay Christian Store.
Local sushi and Japanese grill restaurant, Sake House is slated to open at St. Johns Town Center in late August or early September. Offering a variety of fresh sushi, teriyaki and Japanese dishes, Sake House will be the third location in Jacksonville. Sake House will occupy 2,340 square-feet in the former The Grape location.