Mall of America adds eight new tenants

  • Article by: John Ewoldt , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 10, 2013 - 9:05 PM

Most of the new retailers are exclusively at the megamall in the Twin Cities market.

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JimmyjoeyOct. 11, 13 7:38 AM

And this is why there is no really good reason to go to the Mall of America

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bredpathOct. 11, 13 7:51 AM

“You could put a Pink label on a $20 pair of Target sweatpants and women would pay $50 or $60 for them.” - haha! Yep, pretty much sums up many young female shoppers.

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dutclinOct. 11, 13 8:00 AM

at least we're stimulating the economy more than your friends on Capitol Hill.

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Arch4003Oct. 11, 13 8:42 AM

And these stores will probably be gone in about five years or less when the "trendiness" wears off and something else comes along.

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hahatsktskOct. 11, 13 9:10 AM

I suppose this is good news. Haven't been to MOA in at least 8 years.

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bradd_bdogOct. 11, 13 9:17 AM

Good to know that even more women's boutique clothing stores have been added, yet not anything that even closely resembles a real sporting goods store is out there now, or likely ever again. I'm with Jimmyjoey, no reason to go out there.

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paulamarieriOct. 11, 1310:17 AM

Madewell and Free People are great stores....this is great news for those of us actually into fashion. If you're sure frumpy old curmudgeon, then no, there is no reason to go.

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mattdaddyOct. 11, 1310:40 AM

to all you red-blooded guys, if you think that adding 8 more stores for young women to shop in (and buy yoga pants) is NOT a reason to go to MOA then you haven't thought it through

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wolftracksOct. 11, 13 1:02 PM

Oh great, I can hear my granddaughters begging me to take them there.

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mouthwashOct. 11, 13 1:10 PM

The only classification of retail establishment that would really _surprise_ me if it opened at Mall of America (or even Rosedale, Southdale etc.) would be PRACTICAL NECESSITY businesses such as Dollar Tree, Rainbow Foods or Home Depot.

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