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Penn Square Mall is set to receive four new tenants and a new mall manager.
The mall’s owner, Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group Inc., recently named Jeff Dozier as mall manager. He has held positions at Simon malls in Texas, Kansas and Tennessee. In his role in Oklahoma City, he will manage day-to-day operations, maintenance, tenant relations, security and marketing.
"Jeff has been a great resource to Simon in previous roles,” said Robert Guerra, Simon regional vice president for the central region. “We are excited to bring his professionalism, dedication and experience to Oklahoma City.”
The four new stores are Forever 21, Oakley, Vera Bradley and Paciugo Gelato and Caffé.
In 31,000 square feet formerly occupied by Pottery Barn Kids and the Athletic Club, Forever 21 will bring its blend of affordable clothing and fashion accessories for women. An exact opening date has not been set.
Oakley will open sometime around Memorial Day in a 1,851-square-foot space in the upper level west wing. The store will offer a selection of sunglasses, goggles, prescription eyewear, apparel, footwear and accessories.
The Vera Bradley store will carry quilted handbags, accessories, travel items, stationary, eyewear and products for the home. It will be on the upper level next to Sephora in a 1,623-square-foot space. The store is set to open late summer.
Those looking for Italian gelato and coffee will be in good company at Paciugo Gelato and Caffé, set to open in a 337-square-foot space in the food court and set to open in July. It will offer a variety of beverages and frozen treats