Anthropologie, J. Crew, Onward Reserve Added At Warehouse Row

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Anthropologie and J. Crew will open retail stores in the north end of Warehouse Row this fall. They will anchor Building North along with Woodhouse Day Spa.

Also, Onward Reserve,  the property’s first men’s retailer, will occupy space in Building South. Onward Reserve will open a 925-square-foot pop-up location in Warehouse Row beginning Sept. 1 and lasting through January 2015.

 Construction is underway on the 11,000-square-foot Anthropologie store and the 4,800-square-foot J. Crew. Anthropologie will be located at the north end of the first floor. J. Crew will be located at the motor court entrance of the building directly across from Tupelo Honey Cafe. Both stores are scheduled to open in time for the 2014 holiday shopping season.

By early next month, construction will also begin directly above the Anthropologie space on Woodhouse Day Spa and in Building South on Onward Reserve, which is scheduled to open September 1. Woodhouse Day Spa’s opening will follow in January 2015.

Construction is underway on a 4,800-square-foot full-service restaurant, Two Ten Jack. The Mercantile, located on the lower level of Warehouse Row’s Building South, will transform when Nashville-based Two Ten Jack opens in January 2015.


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