J.Crew Factory will open this summer at Kenilworth stores in Towson, the mall developer announced on Monday.
The 5,733-square-foot store will be on the upper level across from J.Jill, mall owner and developer Greenberg Gibbons said.
The retailer fits with the mall’s strategy of attracting fashion and lifestyle brands, said Tracey Holehan, senior vice president of leasing for the developer.
Greenberg Gibbons announced last month that home retailer Arhaus will open this fall as an anchor, replacing longtime tenant Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, who will move to Towson. Arhaus will move into the 19,000 square foot space currently occupied by the menswear retailer, adjacent to Kenilworth Gourmet and accessible from its own entrance and inside the mall.
The mall is anchored by Trader Joe’s grocery store and has tenants such as Felipe’s Mexican Taqueria, Gourmet at Kenilworth, About Faces Day Spa & Salon, The Mine, South Moon Under, Collections, Ruth Shaw, Radcliffe Jewelers and Quiet Storm Surf Shop.
J.Crew Factory specializes in clothing, footwear and accessories for women, men and children based on styles from previous J.Crew collections. The brand also operates full-price stores in Towson Town Center, The Mall in Columbia, and Harbor East in downtown Baltimore.
An earlier version of this item had the wrong size for the Arhaus store. It is 19,000 square feet. The Sun regrets the error.