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Dulles Town Center adds eight tenants for the holidays

Al Urbanski
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Dulles Town Center is in Loudoun County, one of he most prosperous spots in the D.C. metro.

Retail real estate experts say that A-class malls with great addresses and demographics will continue to draw tenants, and that’s the case with Dulles Town Center in Dulles, Va.

The 1.4 million-sq.-ft. super-regional mall  is a fixture in Loudoun County, one of the fastest growing and most prosperous regions in the Washington, D.C. metro. Forty percent of the households in its trade area have children and post average incomes of $161,000.

Joining Macy’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, H&M, and LA Fitness at the Centennial-managed mall are nine new tenants—eight of which will open before the end of the year. 

The permanent lineup includes tabletop game retailer Boba Lvl Up, the Skool-ed tutoring service, Reptile House, 5Banglesandabow, and Toneih Boutique. The 20,000-sq.-ft escape room concept, Great Xcape, is expected to open in the spring.

See’s Candies, Ornament World, and Holiday Toys will be in place at Dulles T.C. for the holiday’s only.

“We continue to work with strong local retailers in the center’s Pop-Up Shop, as well as longer term in-line formats,” said the mall’s senior general manager Bryan Touchstone. “We are especially proud to note that eight of the nine new retailers announced today are expected to open before the end of the year."

Other Dulles Town Center tenants include JC Penney, Forever 21, Regal Cinemas, The Cheesecake Factory, and Benihana.

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