Submitted by Curator PR
Simon, a global leader in premier shopping, dining, entertainment and mixed-use destinations, announced Tacoma Mall is further elevating the shopping experience by building new space for Nordstrom Rack, Ulta, and Marcus Theatres. All are expected to open for the 2020 holiday season as part of the first phase of a larger redevelopment.
“The announcement of these retailers and entertainment venue shows our continued commitment to invest in the Tacoma community and further solidifies Tacoma Mall as a premier lifestyle destination,” said Eric Sadi, Chief Operating Officer of Leasing. “Simon is leading the way with transformational projects in the state of Washington, and just as we are doing at Northgate in Seattle, we will bring to Tacoma a uniquely curated mix of retailers, entertainment and dining options.”
Following the addition of these new retailers and theatre, Simon will begin construction on a charming urban village at the mall’s doorstep. Ultimately, Tacoma Mall’s north side will evolve into a welcoming, pedestrian-friendly environment where shoppers can enjoy a variety of dining, entertainment and shopping options that will include Nordstrom Rack, Ulta and Marcus Theatres.
Nordstrom Rack is the off-price retail division of Nordstrom, Inc., offering customers a wide selection of on-trend apparel, accessories and shoes from many of the top brands sold at Nordstrom stores and Nordstrom.com at an everyday savings of up to 70 percent off.
Founded in 1990, Ulta is the largest U.S. beauty retailer and the premier beauty destination for cosmetics, fragrance, skin care products, hair care products and salon services. Ulta carries more than 25,000 products from approximately 500 beauty brands and offers hair, skin, brow and makeup services from licensed professional stylists.
Marcus Theatres, founded in 1935, is a division of The Marcus Corporation and the fourth-largest theatre circuit in the United States that currently owns or operates 1,098 screens at 90 locations in 17 states. This will be the first location in Washington state.