Developers reveal more retailers to open shop at Eagan outlet mall


Developers of the 400,000-square-foot outlet mall opening in Eagan next August announced 19 more retailers coming to the space.

The Business Journal said the stores include:

American Eagle Outfitters
Chico’s Outlet
The Children’s Place
Cole Haan
Crabtree & Evelyn
Destination Maternity
Famous Footwear
Helzberg Diamonds Outlet
Watch Station
White House/Black Market

In June, 16 other retailers including Banana Republic, Coach, Michael Kors and Nike were announced by Baltimore-based Paragon Outlet Partners.

Upscale discount retailer Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH will open a 28,000-square-foot anchor store.

The $100 million project broke ground over the summer, creating 400 construction jobs, Twin Cities Business reports. The mall, which will include more than 100 stores, is expected to generate an additional 2,000 jobs.

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