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North East Mall to gain new retailers

A. Lee Graham

Reporter

White House Black Market and Gameday Connexion are on the way for North East Mall in Hurst, with Yogurtland confirmed for the nearby Shops at North East Mall, according to mall owner Simon.

White House Black Market offers women's clothing, including dresses, skirts, business attire, jeans, shoes and accessories. The retailer opens its new location later this summer, with the 3,000-square-foot space in the Dillard’s wing between The Limited and Regis.

Gameday Connexion offers sports autographs, custom framing and public appearances for athletes. The store’s new location occupy the JCPenney wing across from Hollister. The 2,452 square-foot store will open in July.

Meanwhile, Yogurtland’s new 1,453-square-foot space opens in August between Starbucks and Smoothie Paradise.

lgraham@bizpress.net

 

 

 

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