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While Brookfield Place celebrated its grand opening last weekend, it was only for the dozen or so stores that were ready to open their doors on March 26th—there's still plenty to come to the Financial District's newest shopping center. Tribeca Citizen took a tour last week to figure out what's opening where and when.
The first addition Brookfield Place will get is Lululemon, which we noted looked like it was only missing merchandise during the grand opening. Be on the lookout for their doors to officially open tomorrow, the neighborhood blog reports. And just across the hall, next to Vince, Scoop NYC representatives confirmed to us that they're planning for a June opening—rather than brand signage up on their facade, there's a black-and-white image of birch trees.
Tribeca Citizen also dug up a few rumored openings: Club Monaco could open men's and women's stores on separate floors of what he's dubbed the "North Pavilion," Drybar (which confirmed it was hunting for a downtown location as far back as July for its Condé Nast clients) might come to Babesta, and Eileen Fisher might take the unbranded space next to Hermès in the Winter Garden. We've reached out to each of these brands to confirm store locations and will update when we hear back.