Pakistan-based apparel retailer Khaadi is opening its first U.S. store at Tysons Corner Center in Tysons, Va. The 25-year-old clothing company signed a 5,491-square-foot lease at the Macerich-owned mall, adding to locations in Dubai, Pakistan, Bahrain, Qatar and England. The store is scheduled to open before the end of the year. This is Khaadi’s opening Commercial Observer Read More Channel, Leases, Retail, Eric Lestin, Khaadi, Macerich, Sophie Van Pelt, Tysons Corner Center, Virginia, Washington DC, Cushman & Wakefield
The 25-year-old clothing company signed a 5,491-square-foot lease at the Macerich-owned mall, adding to locations in Dubai, Pakistan, Bahrain, Qatar and England. The store is scheduled to open before the end of the year.
Khaadi is represented nationally by Cushman & Wakefield (CWK).
“Tysons Corner, with its strong demographics and location, offers an excellent launching point for the brand in the U.S., and we look forward to continuing our growth-partnership across North America,” Eric Lestin, a managing director for Cushman & Wakefield, said in a prepared statement.
Tysons Corner Center is the largest mall in the Baltimore-Washington area, and the 22nd largest in the United States. The mall giant took ownership of the property when it acquired its developer, Wilmorite Properties, in 2004.
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