Forever 21 ready to open new MOA store next Saturday

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Forever 21, a fashion retailer based in Los Angeles, will open its new 80,000 square-foot two-level store in the former Bloomingdale's space at the Mall of America on Saturday, Dec. 15, the Business Journal reports. Forever 21 will be relocating from its existing store at MOA, which was originally announced in May.

Forever 21 also has three other Minnesota locations.

A spokesman at the Bloomington mall told the Star Tribune on Tuesday that two more new tenants for the Bloomingdale's site will be announced soon.

Bloomingdale's closed its Mall of America department store earlier this year, after disappointing performance.

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