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Southridge Mall welcomes four more tenants next year. (PHOTO: Simon/Southridge Mall)

Southridge Mall completes renovation, adds new shops for 2013


Southridge Mall has finished a large-scale renovation and announced the arrival of four new stores and eateries joining the property in 2013.

National restaurants Buca di Beppo and LongHorn Steakhouse will open locations at the mall, as well as clothing retailers LOFT and Old Navy.

A Panda Express restaurant will also open in the Southridge Mall outlot in early 2013.

The new additions join nine already-established, recently arrived retailers at the mall, including Macy's, Buddy Squirrel/Quality Candy and Teavana.

For more information about store openings, visit Southridge Mall online.


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olderwiser | Dec. 6, 2012 at 4:12 p.m. (report)

Old Navy closed and moved out of Southridge at the end of summer. Now it is returning? So far my favorite new addition is the Macy's store. While the mall facelift looks very nice, the new Walmart across the street looks like crap. Walmart in Greendale just doesn't seem right.

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devidia | Dec. 6, 2012 at 2:22 p.m. (report)

I thought Southridge already had an Old Navy. How is that new? And what, WHAT will it take to get an Alterra Coffee location on the south side of Milwaukee??? I think an Alterra would a great fit for Southridge. Of all the potential new suitors for the renovated Southridge, I had hoped for an Alterra the most!!!!!

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