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February 17, 2023

Westfarms announces 4 new businesses, construction on 3 others

High-end boutique store Arhaus Furniture plans to occupy part of the lower level at Westfarms Mall.

Westfarms has announced the addition of four new stores as remodeling and construction continues on three businesses including H&M, Arhaus and Jordan’s Furniture.

Westfarms, which straddles the West Hartford/Farmington line and is the state’s third largest mall, announced the opening and/or pending opening of the following stores/eateries:

  • Intimissimi: An Italian lingerie brand founded in 1996, will open its doors in the spring. The store specializes in bras, briefs, lingerie and pajamas for men and women. It will occupy 600 square feet of space.
  • Alo Yoga: The company, a lifestyle brand of yoga attire, will open its first location in Connecticut at Westfarms this fall. The 5,500-square-foot location will be located on the upper level off of the center court.
  • A Sneaker City: The sneakers and streetwear retailer will be located in a 1,900-square-foot site on the lower level in the Nordstrom wing in the spring.
  • Pizza Hut: The national pizza chain opened this week on the lower level in the Center Court. 

In addition, construction and/or renovations continues on the following businesses:

  • Jordan’s Furniture: The furniture and mattress retailer will be one of the largest furniture stores in the state, with more than 120,000 square feet of showroom space. Jordan’s  will move into the former Lord & Taylor store at the mall. The store is also scheduled to have 5,000 square feet of entertainment space and a restaurant. It is expected to open prior to March 2024. This will be Jordan’s eighth location in the northeast and its second in the Nutmeg State.
  • Arhaus: The home furnishings retailer will open in the fall. The 9,700-square-foot location on the mall’s lower level is currently undergoing a build out of its two-story facade and exterior entrance visible from New Britain Avenue. 
  • H&M: The apparel retailer will reopen its doors in the mall in the spring. The store, which had space previously at Westfarms, underwent extensive remodeling to its 15,000-square-foot space. The work is expected to be completed in time for the brand to highlight its spring collections.  

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