Brea Mall To Welcome New Retailers This Spring Sprint, Supreme Day Spa, updated Express, Nature Republic, and Jack Monarch all Slated to Debut at Center

Brea Mall is excited to welcome new retailers that are slated to bloom just in time for spring, including Sprint, Supreme Day Spa, Nature Republic, and Jack Monarch, in addition to the relocations of Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma and remodel of Express.

 

“Here at Brea Mall, our goal is to continually enhance our customers’ shopping experience,” said Nate Weirbach, Director of Marketing and Business Development at Brea Mall. “We hope that by providing a wider selection of high-quality brands, our shoppers’ satisfaction will continue to climb.”

 

A full-service wireless retailer with more than 120 locations, Sprint recently opened a new location at Brea Mall. With a new 980-square-foot storefront located next to Lenscrafters, the cellular service provider will offer a variety of products and services, including customer care.

 

Also opening in the spring is Supreme Day Spa, a local tenant featuring a variety of skincare and cosmetic products. The 1,000-square-foot store will be located on lower level, near Macy’s Women’s store.

 

A second cosmetics company will follow the debut of Supreme Day Spa. Nature Republic, a South Korean-based cosmetics company focused on providing natural cosmetic products, will be located in a 1,300-square-foot space near Nordstrom.

 

Jack Monarch, a Newport Beach-based jewelry retailer that offers handmade and hand-assembled pieces, will also call Brea Mall home. The custom jeweler will feature rare gem collections and fine crystals in a 1,200-square-foot space, located on the upper level, near Center Court.

 

As of this month, Express has closed half of its Brea Mall location in order to begin a remodeling process, in which the retailer plans to update the interior and exterior of the store. The specialty men’s and women’s apparel store will remain open during the remodel, which is scheduled to be completed in late spring.

 

In addition, Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma are relocating within the mall. Pottery Barn will be reopening this spring in their new 5,000-square-foot location on the upper level near Nordstrom, and Williams-Sonoma will be reopening on the upper level near Lenscrafters in a new 3,400-square-foot space.

 

Sprint, Supreme Day Spa, Nature Republic, and Jack Monarch will be joining the recently opened Johnny Rockets located in the Food Court.

 

For more information, please visit Brea Mall on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BreaMall, on Twitter at twitter.com/ShopBreaMall and on Instagram at instagram.com/shopbreamall/.

Credit: Simon.

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