Coral Square Mall Welcomes New Retailers including Starbucks this Summer

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By: Chris Brunner:

Simon is pleased to announce that retailers Shoe Carnival, Zumiez, and new concept ROC Resto Lounge & Fashion will join the diverse tenant mix at Coral Square Mall in the coming months. Additionally, Starbucks and Pandora are now open to the public.

“We are thrilled to welcome these fine retailers to our tenant lineup in the upcoming months. The diverse array of new offerings will really enhance the shopping experience at Coral Square.” –  Xiomara Fraga, Director of Marketing and Business Development at Coral Square. 

Starbucks will be opening a new store today offering delicious, handcrafted beverages, an array of fine pastries and other delectable treats, package coffee and tea, and gift items. The store will be situated across from the food court at the North Entrance and will be easily accessible from all areas of the mall. Guests will enjoy free Wi-Fi services and a comfortable seating area with tables and chairs.

Additionally, Shoe Carnival, a leading retailer of family footwear, will open a 13,823 square-foot store this summer at the east entrance to the mall, near Kohl’s. The store, which offers a wide selection of name brand and private label merchandise, promises to produce an energized shopping atmosphere through the use of contests, games, neon signs, flashing lights and up-tempo music. Shoe Carnival distinguishes itself from its competitors by combining a large store format, value pricing, low cost structure and advanced information systems. More information can be found at www.shoecarnival.com.

New concept, ROC Resto-Lounge & Fashion turns convention upside down to create a day-to-night experience that moves from family-friendly to sophisticated club within a single unique environment. Taking the best elements of a premium restaurant with innovative food presentation, a cocktail lounge with custom libations, a late-night club with live entertainment and a fashion “café.” The fashion “café” gives visitors the chance to use a ROC-pad tablet to order an outfit that is seen on a model during ROC’s regular fashion shows. Outfits can also be purchased directly in the store. This 8,137 square-foot space, situated at the west entrance to the mall, will be the first “extra-tainment complex’ of its kind when it opens this July, creating a personalized, first-class experience at an affordable price.

Zumiez will open its doors to the public this July in a 2,464 square-foot space near Center Court that will offer cutting-edge clothing, shoes and accessories for guys, girls and kids. Additionally, the store will sell gear for skateboarding, snowboarding and surf lifestyles.

Starbucks is now open to the public, offering delicious, handcrafted beverages, an array of fine pastries and other delectable treats, package coffee and tea, and gift items. The store will be situated across from the food court at the North Entrance and will be easily accessible from all areas of the mall. Guests will enjoy free Wi-Fi services and a comfortable seating area with tables and chairs.

Additionally, Pandora brings its versatile jewelry line to a 926 square-foot location in Center Court, which is now open to the public. The company offers pieces that are both versatile and sophisticated. Pandora’s bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings come in 14K gold and sterling silver, some with semi-precious or precious gems. The jewelry is beautifully handcrafted and finished, and many can be personalized to reflect one’s own personal style.

Coral Square Mall is located at 9469 W Atlantic Blvd, Coral Springs, FL 33071.

About Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs, Parkland and the rest of South Florida.

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  • Kevin Thomas

    You need to tear that ghetto mall down and do an open air mall like Coconut Creek did and get some high end retailers in some ‘niche shops in there instead of the trash thats in there now. That is so not the same CS Mall from back in the day when it was nice. Hell CS isn’t even nice anymore Im moving.