Pottery Barn, Polarn O. Pyret and Treat Cupcake Bar will soon be joining the lineup at the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center.
According to a press release issued by the shopping center's owner, WS Development, the three new retailers will open in spring 2013 as part of a new building .
“We’re delighted to bring Pottery Barn, Polarn O. Pyret, and Treat Cupcake Bar to the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center,” Dick Marks, partner, WS Development, said in a press release. “We’re pleased that our customers will have the opportunity to experience each retailer’s commitment to customer service and quality.”
, which currently has a location on Highland Avenue in Needham, offers customers a chance to choose from a selection of gourmet cupcakes or create their own. The local bakery is also through its "Treat Others Well" program.
According to the press release, Polarn O. Pyret is a European, high-quality children’s apparel retailer with three other locations in the United States.
Pottery Barn, which is a division of Williams-Sonoma, currently has a location across Route 9 at the . However, with the , Pottery Barn could have been looking for a new home in Chestnut Hill.
Treat, Pottery Barn and Polarn O. Pyret will join in the new, 115,000-square-foot building that is part of WS Development's renovation and redesign of the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center.
Shake Shack also announced in May that sometime next year.
In addition to and rebuilding on the site, WS Development also plans to demolish the / building a few doors down at 33 Boylston St. That part of the project, , will result in a new, three-story, mixed-use building that will include retail stores as well as office space for WS Development.