Developers of the Shops at Summerlin have announced more stores that plan to open at the long-delayed retail hub.
They include Michael Kors, Old Navy, Sur La Table, True Religion, Sephora, Victoria’s Secret, American Eagle Outfitters, the Art of Shaving, Bath & Body Works, Buckle, Clarks, Everything But Water, It’Sugar, Pandora, Resto Lounge, Teavana and Ulta, according to developer Howard Hughes Corp.
With these and other retailers lined up, the 1.6 million-square-foot shopping and office complex is coming to life after years as a poster child for Las Vegas’ building bust. It is scheduled to open late this year.
Former owner General Growth Properties mothballed the project in October 2008 amid the national economic meltdown, leaving a steel skeleton off the 215 Beltway near Red Rock Resort.
Dallas-based Howard Hughes, a spin-off from General Growth, announced in September 2012 that the project was back on track with Macy’s as an anchor store.
A few months later, it said Dillard’s also would locate there, and in September executives announced that discount retailer Nordstrom Rack was coming.
Construction resumed last year. As of Sept. 30, Howard Hughes spent about $52.5 million in development costs, the company has said.