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Utah's Station Park continues to grow with 14 new shops, restaurants

Published April 28, 2014 2:56 pm
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Farmington's Station Park continues to grow in 2014 with the announcement of 14 new businesses that will open their doors this year.

Joining the 62-acre shopping center are: American Eagle, Bath & Body Works, Buckle, General Nutrition Center, Justice, lululemon athletica, Madbrook Donuts, T Mobile, The Joint Chiropractic, Thinique, Toby Keith's I Love this Bar & Grill and Victoria Secret. Additionally, two prominent office tenants will open their doors; Sage Law Partners and Pluralsight.

The new businesses are in addition to the 40 restaurants and retailers that set up shop in 2014. Most recently Station Park has opened: Teavana, Spring Communications, Tricked Out Accessories, Forever 21, Republic of Couture, Beckett & Robb, Bohme, DownEast Basics, Perfumania, Brighton, Banana Republic and Pro Image Sports. Upon completion, Station Park will offer 1 million square feet of retail, restaurant, theater and Class A office space.

"Before Station Park was established, there were very few dining and shopping options for people living and working in Davis and Weber Counties," said David Anderson, Station Park General Manager, in a statement. "Less than four years later, Station Park will soon be at 90 percent occupancy, with plans for a 125-room hotel that is slated to open in 2015. It's an exciting time of growth for us, and we are thrilled that members of the surrounding communities are finding us and enjoying all that we have to offer."


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