Irvine Company announced today more than a dozen new retailers as part of its $200-million reinvestment in Irvine Spectrum Center, infusing the Orange County lifestyle hub with brands both bigtime and boutique. The centerpiece of the reinvestment includes four new buildings on the southeastern edge of the center set to house 30 new stores and restaurants.
The announcement reveals the first wave of tenants since construction began last year on the 137,000 square-foot area located past the Giant Wheel. This summer, Hello Kitty Café will start the drum roll when it debuts a bar and café. Other tenants will continue the fanfare throughout 2018: a two-story H&M; cult-followed 85°C Bakery Café; the wildly popular OC-born Stance socks; SoCal’s falafel titan Falasophy; Laguna Beach import Gorjana jewelry; the buzzworthy Irvine-based BLK Coffee; OC-crafted Afters Ice Cream, smoldering LA eye import Perverse Sunglasses, The Denim Lab; SST&C Italian menswear; Aloha-infused Soha Living; Concrete Rose shoe boutique and Robata Wasa for serious sushi. Skincare, fragrance and makeup mega-destination, Sephora is expected to make its beauty mark next year when it opens its Southern California flagship at the center.
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