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Old 08-20-2013, 09:01 PM
 
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Retailers: (Here are some of the tenants supposedly) It will be basically 80 expensive stores that are not currently in Atlanta. .....

Hermes
Oscar de la Renta
Brunello Cucinelli
Etro
Akris
Jimmy Choo
Courage. b
Christian Louboutin
Scoop NYC
Moncler
Canali
Thomas Pink
L' Occitane

Restaurants:

American Cut
Georgetown Cupcakes
Shake Shack
Corso Coffee Wine Bar
Lugo Caffe
Gypsy Kitchen
Fireside Pies
Le Bilboquet
Doraku Sushi

I did not check the entire list but Jimmy Choo is currently in Phipps, L'Occitane used to be in Lenox and still has 2 other locations in Atlanta. Hermes is currently in Buckhead
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Old 08-20-2013, 09:03 PM
 
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I personally don't think many of those stores will survive in Atlanta.

PREDICTION: By 2019, Buckhead Atlanta will feature a few better than average stores, but also utilitarian stores like a CVS and a Chick-fil-A.
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Old 08-20-2013, 09:11 PM
 
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I personally don't think many of those stores will survive in Atlanta.

PREDICTION: By 2019, Buckhead Atlanta will feature a few better than average stores, but also utilitarian stores like a CVS and a Chick-fil-A.

You serious? lol You are living in a fantasy world if you actually believe that.

If LS and PP can survive BA will. They basically will have the same type of customers. The same people that go to LS and PP will go down the street to BA to shop.


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Old 08-20-2013, 10:49 PM
 
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I stand by my prediction. Check back in 2019.

There's a reason one of the most steady fixtures at Phipps has been the movie theater and the food court at Lenox.

The development will be able to support a few high-end stores, but it's going to have to include a mix of "normal" stores too. Over time, they will be the ones that prove to be survivors as all but the best high-end stores turnover multiple times.
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Old 08-21-2013, 06:37 AM
 
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I stand by my prediction. Check back in 2019.

There's a reason one of the most steady fixtures at Phipps has been the movie theater and the food court at Lenox.

The development will be able to support a few high-end stores, but it's going to have to include a mix of "normal" stores too. Over time, they will be the ones that prove to be survivors as all but the best high-end stores turnover multiple times.
No. Food and a theater goes hand and hand in any shopping district. The markup is so high in those stores that they only need a few people to buy items each month to stay in business. Everything will balance out. Instead of all the high end money going to LS and PP it will now include BA but on the flip side BA will bring more people to the city that will also spend money at LS and PP.

We will see in 2019 though

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Old 08-21-2013, 06:54 AM
 
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Jimmy Choo is already at Phipps, so they may stay there.
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Old 08-21-2013, 07:56 AM
 
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Finally, a list!!!! Thank you so much, Gerrythesnake!!! I have been enlightened.
Wow, a pretty high end list. I'm sure alot of people will be happy about Jimmy Choo, Hermes and Christine Louboutin. I won't shop there either but walking over for dinner or sushi could be cool from time to time.
Jimmy Choo has a location in Phipps Already and Hermes has been in Atlanta for years they closed at lenox because they were opening at buckhead Atlanta. They relocated Hermes store and its open right near Buckhead Atlanta. The new one will be 2 levels and it will be a flagship store
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Old 08-21-2013, 07:58 AM
 
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More tenants are said to be announced by OliverMcMillan within the coming weeks. All that has been confirmed by the company thus far are Shake Shack, Spanx, and Hermes.
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Old 08-21-2013, 08:01 AM
 
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I stand by my prediction. Check back in 2019.

There's a reason one of the most steady fixtures at Phipps has been the movie theater and the food court at Lenox.

The development will be able to support a few high-end stores, but it's going to have to include a mix of "normal" stores too. Over time, they will be the ones that prove to be survivors as all but the best high-end stores turnover multiple times.
Have several seats lol Some of the stores have been wanting to enter Atlanta market for a while now. But there was no space. And if Phipps is not active they wouldnt be adding yet another High end show store Guiseppe Zanotti..
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Old 08-21-2013, 08:30 AM
 
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I heard Avalon is going to require a VIP card to get into the most exclusive shops and bars. They may even have a separate entrance.
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