Raleigh shopping centers and malls are adding tenants. Here's the latest news.
Aillea, offering cosmetics and skin-care products, is on schedule to open in late April, according to Lynne Worth of York Properties, which manages leasing for the shopping center.
Also coming soon is Nest, a home decor and home furnishings shop that also has a store in Wilmington. Expect Nest to arrive in May.
Cameron Village has landed a tenant for the former Rite Aid space on the upper level. (Rite Aid moved to the lower level and now has a drive-through.) Crunch Fitness, which got its start in New York City's East Village in 1989, expects to open in late summer in 27,000 square feet. Learn more at crunch.com.
Recent additions to Cameron Village include Alton Lane, which offers custom men's fashions, and Bella Mar, which offers clothing for young women. Find Alton Lane at altonlane.com. Bella Mar is on Facebook.
Lafayette Village, at 8450 Honeycutt Road, has recently welcomed Trellis Beauty, Zanyu Noodles, JuiceKeys and Southern Craft Butchers.
Trellis Beauty sells what it describes as non-toxic, environmentally-conscious, cruelty-free beauty products. Zanyu Noodles is what the name suggests, a restaurant serving a variety of noodle-based dishes. JuiceKeys offers organic smoothies, juices and healthy foods. Southern Craft Butchers is a butcher and deli shop.
Triangle Town Center
This Raleigh shopping mall has a number of new shops coming soon.
Dazzle Up, which will be on the second level, specializes in gifts and accessories, including T-shirts and handbags, for females of all ages. The chain, which has 10 stores in the Carolinas, is online at dazzleuponline.com and on Facebook.
T-Mania will offer custom T-shirts, hoodies and hats. The small chain has seven stores, all in Virginia.
Also coming soon is Sbarro, serving up pizzas, strombolis, pasta, salads and breadsticks.
Sweet! Pick & Mix, a candy shop, will allow customers to mix different candies in one bag. The chain has 20 stores in seven states.
Ridgewood shopping center, at 3549 Wade Ave., is welcoming Orvis to the former Tripps space. Orvis offers fly fishing, hunting and sporting goods, including clothing for men and women and beds for dogs. Learn more at orvis.com. There's no opening date yet.