Opening of 4 stores at the Charlotte Premium Outlets shopping center

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Four more stores will open this year at Charlotte Premium Outlets in Steele Creek.

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Charlotte Premium Outlets will open at least four more stores over the next few months, including a luxury fashion designer, a tool store and a popular shoe brand.

Banter by Piercing Pagoda is now open across from Market Hall, between Swarovski and The Movado Company Store, owner Simon said in a press release Thursday.

The other planned store openings are:

Boss, a brand of Hugo Boss AG, a men’s clothing store. It should open in early March next to Saks Off 5e Street.

Vans “Off the Wall” Outlet with shoes for babies to adults. It will open in early April across from the Nike Factory Store.

Direct Tools Factory Outlet offers brands such as RYOBI, RIDGID and Hoover and factory new, stained and reconditioned products. It will open in early April, opposite Polo Ralph Lauren.

Other recent store openings at the outlet site include the American fashion and apparel designer’s first Marc Jacobs store in North Carolina, between the Puma Outlet and the food court, and the gift chain spencer specialists.

Charlotte Premium Outlets at 5404 New Fashion Way off Interstate 485 in Steele Creek has 106 stores, according to the mall’s website.

More new stores in Charlotte malls

Last month, Simon said a multimillion-dollar “transformational” plaza project was planned at SouthPark Mall. It will include a brasserie, green spaces and an inclusive playground for children.

By the end of the summer, Suffolk Punch Brewing will open its second location with a beer garden and bar in the refurbished West Plaza, near Dick’s Sporting Goods and The Container Store.

Other stores opening soon, according to the mall’s website, are Hive & Honey menswear and Uno de 50, a high-end fashion jewelry line from Spain.

The mall also opened several stores, including the North Carolina debut of clothing store Scotch & Soda, menswear brands Psycho Bunny and BOSS, as well as Free People Movement, Golden Goose, Saint Laurent, Vince, The Copper Closet and Gucci.

SouthPark Mall has 167 stores, according to its website.

Concord Mills has also added more stores over the past year, including Sephora, Bliss Modern Furniture, Dope Duffle, Mi Casa, Pepper Palace, Vivian Jewelers and sporting goods store Dick’s.

There are 191 stores and restaurants in Concord Mills, according to the company’s website. Simon also owns this mall.

This story was originally published January 13, 2022 11:27 a.m.

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Catherine Muccigrosso is a retail journalist for The Charlotte Observer. An award-winning journalist, she has worked for several newspapers and McClatchy for over a decade.

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