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Northlake Mall Announces Several New Stores

Shoe Department is expanding, and the mall plans to open a 4 Ever Young apparel store, a Subway, a Best Buy Mobile and a T-Mobile store.

welcomed a new Best Buy Mobile store Wednesday and plans to open four other stores soon.

The mall announced the following Wednesday:

Encore by Shoe Department, the popular accessories store carrying shopper favorite brands like Nike, New Balance and Timberland, is expanding into a fully renovated 17,900 square foot storefront. This is the only Encore store in Georgia, and it is located on the lower level next to Perfumania. The expansion is slated to be completed this month.

4 Ever Young, a local store specializing in trendy juniors apparel, jewelry and accessories, will open in April in a 11,625 square foot storefront near between Ashley Stewart and Sears Upper Level.

Best Buy Mobile is located near New York & Company on the lower level of the mall in a 1,340 square foot store. Best Buy Mobile stores are smaller versions of the company’s big-box stores and act as a full-service wireless retailer, with an emphasis on mobile products.

Subway is the world's largest sub sandwich chain with more than 34,000 locations worldwide. It has become the leading choice for diners seeking quick, nutritious meals that the whole family can enjoy. Subway will open in the Food Garden in late spring.

T-Mobile is the fourth-largest wireless carrier in the United States with 33.73 million customers and is America’s largest 4G network. Additionally, T-Mobile is continually ranked among the highest in numerous regions throughout the U.S. in wireless customer care and call quality. The 957 square foot store is projected to open in June near the Food Garden.

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Terry Smith April 12, 2012 at 11:53 AM
I don't see anything to be excited about, Subway? Seriously? What ever.
Sally April 12, 2012 at 12:20 PM
Walked through the mall yesterday. Many, many, many stores that I have NEVER heard of. They are certainly not trying to attract those who actually live in the area. Simon, how about spending some $$ on that sign that sits at Lavista and Briarcliff. That would be a nice beginning on improving the neighborhood you live in.
prettyflower April 12, 2012 at 02:43 PM
I guess this is replacing the Best Buy that was already only 0.25 miles away? Not very exciting. I will be less likely to shop there now that is has moved because I don't want to deal with going to the mall. The other stores listed are of no interest to me, unfortunately. This is disappointing as I'd like to see Northlake get better, not worse!
Tammy April 12, 2012 at 03:41 PM
I miss the Northlake Mall of the late 1980's!
Terry Smith April 12, 2012 at 10:00 PM
anyone recall what a nice little mall North Dekalb Mall USED TO BE? perfect for people who lived in the area and did not want to go out to Buckhead or Perimeter. It is sad, walking through there now, seeing how junky it has become.
Sally April 13, 2012 at 11:54 AM
Exactly. Simon has a long history of putting lipstick on a pig and calling it Miss America as regards to Northlake Mall.
Sally April 13, 2012 at 11:55 AM
Hmm, I'm thinking you can probably look back and find that Simon bought that mall probably early 90's. It's gone down hill ever since then.

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