The multimillion-dollar renovation of the Winter Park Village shopping, dining, and entertainment complex will welcome three new tenants starting this month.
According to Winter Park Village developer/owner CASTO Southeast, the new additions are:
Free People, opening in June: A specialty lifestyle brand with offerings in both contemporary and one-of-a-kind vintage collections. The boutique offers a vast array of products, from apparel to accessories, outerwear, shoes, intimates, swimwear, activewear, and beauty.
Kendra Scott, opening in July: The retail brand offers fashion, fine jewelry, watches, and home accessories, plus a men’s collection. The company holds true to its founding philosophy of “Family, Fashion, and Philanthropy,” and has donated over $50M to philanthropic organizations since 2010.
SkinCeuticals SkinLab, opening in July: The location will be the second SkinCeuticals SkinLab location Florida. The brand discovers, develops, and delivers an advanced line of scientifically backed cosmeceutical treatments. Locations are comprehensive skincare destinations offering five signature facial treatments, minimally invasive cosmetic procedures such as dermal fillers, and SkinCeuticals advanced skincare in partnership with physicians nationwide.
“We’re proud of the momentum we’ve been able to achieve in attracting a collection of highly sought after retailers and restaurants to Winter Park Village,” said CASTO Southeast President Brett Hutchens in a prepared statement. “We believe the combination of top-tier national brands anchoring the collection coupled with unique, locally-owned boutiques and immersive experiences will create a shopping and dining destination unlike any other in Central Florida.”
The announcements come as a six-month renovation of the Main Street access road is wrapping up. As previously reported by the32789, Winter Park Village will feature a new environmental design with curb-less streets and open areas for large events.
Exterior upgrades and a lobby redesign remain in progress at the Regal Winter Park Village building, but showtimes continue with guests access via marked construction entrances. Winter Park City Commission previously denied a request for the installation of LED signage on the theater facade, prompting a reworking of the initial plans. Residents and commissioners spoke against the lighted additions, citing possible traffic distractions.
Recent tenant announcements also include a Tommy Bahama Marlin Bar – the company’s sixth Florida location – which is slated for completion in time for the 2023 holiday season. The concept features a casual restaurant and full-service bar alongside a Tommy Bahama retail location. And Lovesac unveiled a new showroom at Winter Park Village in April. The location is the second in metro-Orlando for the home furnishings brand, known for its patented modular furniture system called Sactionals.
The renovations are the largest that Winter Park Village has undergone since it was converted from the former Winter Park Mall in 1999. New building facades will compliment an expansion of outdoor areas, meant to engage guests and create new event spaces. Work is ongoing with completion anticipated in 2024.