Nike Store Opens in New Location at Central Pennsylvania Mall
After months of renovations, the Nike Factory Store at Tanger Outlets Lancaster has moved to its newly renovated location.
The store opened last week, according to a sign at the mall.
Construction began in August. The Nike store moved from the lower level of its current building to the upper level of the building and opened in a space of 14,800 square feet.
Home decor retailer, West Elm will share the second floor with Nike. When West Elm opens this month, it will be the second-largest store at 21,000 square feet only behind H&M, which has a 23,000 square foot store in the mall.
But H&M’s reign as the outlet’s biggest store won’t last long. Pottery Barn, which is moving from The Shops at Rockvale, is set to open this summer on the lower level of the Nike Building in a 31,000 square foot space. This space once housed six retail spaces – GNC, Nautica, Converse, Nike, Jockey and Calvin Klein.
Timberland, Famous Footwear, Lids and Bleacher Bums, have all moved from the upper level of the Nike building to other parts of the complex. Calvin Klein and Nautica have also moved within the complex. Converse closed last month and GNC closed previously. Jockey has also closed but is moving into the complex.
Maternity Maternity is also closing its store at the mall, according to store signs.
Tanger Outlets Lancaster is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. Outlets are located at 311 Stanley K. Blvd. in East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County.
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