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Finally, progress. Every single retail space at Westfield World Trade Center, which ranges in area from 800 to 8,000 square feet and averages at 2,200 square feet, is leased, reports WWD. We've also got an opening date, at least sort of — expect all 125 stores to debut in the first half of 2016 (right around the same time as Saks at Brookfield Place, the paper points out).
An official list of what you'll be able to find is here, but this is not the whole story. Compiling from this article, Tribeca Citizen's most recent list, and our own archives, this is everything we know about so far, grouped by category:
Apparel: & Other Stories, Acne, Artizia, Asics, Banana Republic, Bebe, Canali, CFDA pop-up shop, Charles Tyrwhitt, Cos, Desigual, Diane von Furstenberg, Giorgio Armani, H&M, Hugo Boss, John Varvatos, The Kooples, Lacoste, Michael Kors, Reiss, Tom Ford, Track & Field, True Religion, Turnbull & Asser, Victoria's Secret, Under Armour, Zadig & Voltaire
Shoes: Aldo, Camper, Cole Haan, Clark's, Dune London, Havaianas, L.K. Bennett, Stuart Weitzman, Vince Camuto
Beauty: Aesop, Art of Shaving, Aveda, Bobbi Brown, Blow-dry bar (unnamed), Caudalie, Crabtree & Evelyn, John Barrett Salon, Kiehl's, Kiko Milano, L'Occitane, M.A.C, Penhaglion's, Rituals Cosmetics, Sephora, Victoria's Secret Beauty
Jewelry: Folli Follie, Links of London, Links of London (single-brand), London Jewelers, Pandora, Thomas Sabo, Tiffany & Co., Une de 50
Accessories/Tech/Other: Apple, Breitling, Bose, Cartier, Disney, Davidoff, Designer Eyes, Duane Reade, Edward Beiner, Fossil, Invictia, Legos, Longines, Moleskine, Montblanc, Papyrus, Swatch, Tissot, Tumi
Food: Beer Table, Devon & Blakely, Eataly, Epicerie Boulud, Fika, Godiva Café, It'sugar, Joe Coffee, Jones the Grocer, La Colombe, Lore Wine & Spirits, Market Lane, Minamoto Kitchen, Nobletree, Nunu Chocolates, Pret a Manger, Treat House, Wasabi Sushi and Bento
In total, this is 98 stores, meaning that are 27 that are unaccounted for or yet to be announced. And 125 isn't even accounting for the 90,000 square feet of retail that'll come to Tower 2, WWD says (fun fact: "Westfield World Trade Center's [current] 365,000 square feet of retail space is equal to nine full city blocks.") We'll keep you updated as more announcements roll in.
Update: Following the publication of this article, representatives for Westfield World Trade Center reached out with their list of 57 confirmed stores for the shopping hub. In alphabetical order, they are:
Aesop, Aldo, The Art of Shaving, Banana Republic, Beer Table, Breitling, Camper, Caudalie, Charles Tyrwhitt, Cole Haan, Crabtree & Evelyn, Designer Eyes, Dune London, Eataly, Edward Beiner, Epicerie Boulud, Fika, Folli Follie, Fossil, Hugo Boss, Joe coffee, John Barrett Salon, John Varvatos, Kate Spade New York, Kiehl's, Kiko Milano, L'Occitane, La Colombe, Lacoste, Links of London, LK Bennett, London Jewelers, Longines, Lore Wine & Spirits, M.A.C, Market Lane (previously known as Jones the Grocer), Michael Kors, K. Minamoto, Montblanc, Nobletree Coffee, Nunu Chocolates, Pandora, Penhaglion's, Reiss, Rituals Cosmetics, Sephora, Stuart Weitzman, Swatch, Thomas Sabo, Tissot, True Religion, Turnbull & Asser, Under Armour, Une de 50, Victoria's Secret, Victoria's Secret Beauty, Vince Camuto