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August 16th Grand Opening of The World Trade Center Mall

August, 13, 2016

The World Trade Center Mall is preparing for it’s opening on August 16th, at 12pm 2016. The Oculus Transportation Hub and Mall designed by Santiago Calatrava will sport more than 100 global brands spanning more than 9 city blocks. When complete it will be the largest shopping mall in Manhattan, with a cost of 4 billion dollars. The Oculus, a humplike, spiney structure is 160 feet tall with a futuristic yet somewhat prehistoric look because of it’s spiked dome (featured in the video below).  From inside the building you can see the top of One World Trade Center through it’s Oculus window. This retail and dining destination offers 365,000 square feet of retail space, proudly displaying some of the world’s most recognized brands. It’s restaurants will house world class chefs and culturally diverse culinary styles. Westfield World Trade Center Mall will offer high profile events, technology showrooms and a wide variety of entertainment with a flare only New York can offer. If you are visiting New York City this is a must see attraction. Put it on your bucket list.


City Tales Tours will include this destination in it’s World Trade Center Area Tour.  Click Here for information on our WTC Area tours. See the video of The Oculus – World Trade Center Construction. 

Some of the retailers and restaurants that are planning to open at the mall are:

Acne, Artizia, Asics,Banana Republic, Bebe, Canali, Breads Bakery, CFDA pop-up shop, Charles Tyrwhitt, Choza Taqueria, Cos, Duane Reade, ,Desigual, Diane von Furstenberg, Eataly,Giorgio Armani, Grom Geltato Shop, Hawksmoor,H&M, Hugo Boss, John Varvatos, Joe and the Juice Café, The Kooples, Lacoste, Michael Kors, Reiss, Tom Ford, Track & Field, True Religion, Turnbull & Asser, Victoria’s Secret, Under Armour, Zadig & Voltaire, Aldo, Camper, Cole Haan, Clark’s, Dune London, Havaianas, Little Hunter Restaurant,K. Bennett, Stuart Weitzman, Vince Camuto, Aesop, Art of Shaving, Aveda, Bobbi Brown, Blow-dry bar (unnamed), Caudalie, Crabtree & Evelyn, John Barrett Salon, Kiehl’s, Kiko Milano, L’Occitane, M.A.C, Marbles Educational Games Store, Penhaglion’s, Rituals Cosmetics, Sam Edelman, Sephora, Victoria’s Secret Beauty, Forever Flawless, Forever 21 , Folli Follie, Links of London, Links of London (single-brand), London Jewelers, Pandora, Starbucks, Thomas Sabo, Tiffany & Co., Une de 50, Apple, Breitling, Bose, Cartier, Disney, Davidoff, Designer Eyes, Duane Reade, Edward Beiner, Fossil, Invictia, Kingkow,Kit and Ace, Legos, Longines, Moleskine, Montblanc, Papyrus, Solstice Sunglasses,Swatch, Skechers, Smythson, Tissot, Tumi, Beer Table, Devon & Blakely, Eataly, Epicerie Boulud, Fika, Godiva Café, It’sugar, Joe Coffee, Jones the Grocer, La Colombe, Lore Wine & Spirits, Market Lane, Minamoto Kitchen, Nobletree, Nunu Chocolates, Pret a Manger, Treat House, Wasabi Sushi and Bento.

This is not a complete list, but it will give you an idea of what is planned. If you are touring the World Trade Center Area you may want to end with a shopping extravaganza at The Oculus – World Trade Center.

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