ORANGE, OHIO -- Specialty retailers Williams-Sonoma and Pottery Barn have announced plans to open stores at Pinecrest, the $230 million mixed-use development opening in spring 2018 at Harvard Road and I-271 in Orange Village.
Williams-Sonoma will sell culinary and kitchen essentials from a 6,500-square-foot store that will also offer classes, recipes, entertaining ideas and techniques, and seasonal menus. Williams-Sonoma also has stores at Beachwood LaPlace and at South Park Center in Strongsville.
Pottery Barn, which sells casual home furnishings and accessories, is opening a 12,000-square-foot store that will also offer complimentary design services, wedding registry and in-store classes. Pottery Barn also has a store at Beachwood Place Mall.
Pinecrest, a 400,000-square-foot open-air town center being developed by Cleveland-based Fairmount Properties and the DiGeronimo Companies, aims to attract retailers, restaurants and entertainment venues that are new to Northeast Ohio.
Its restaurant line-up includes Kona Grill, Red the Steakhouse, City Works, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Bibibop Asian Grill, and Fusian; and its entertainment anchors include Pinstripes and Silverspot Cinema.
Pinecrest will also eventually feature a 145-room AC Hotel by Marriott, 150,000 square feet of Class A office space and 87 apartments.
"Being able to add both Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma, in addition to bringing West Elm into the market, really solidifies Pinecrest as the premier resource for stylish home furnishings and accessories in this region," said Heather Kovello, vice president of retail leasing at Fairmount Properties, in a written statement.