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The Mall of San Juan adds Bvlgari, Lululemon, more

Adjuntas' Hacienda Monte Alto will open a kiosk at the mall's main level.

Adjuntas’ Hacienda Monte Alto will open a kiosk at the mall’s main level.

The opening of The Mall of San Juan is in three days, and anticipation about the full list of first tenants is building up as the clock ticks away.

This media outlet learned that new arrivals Bvlgari and Lululemon Athletica, as well as local coffee shop Hacienda Monte Alto, have retail space already set aside at the shopping center slated to open Thursday.

Italian jewelry and luxury goods retailer Bvlgari, which has been in business for 130 years, will open next to the Giuseppe Zanotti Design location, on the mall’s second floor. Bvlgari produces and markets several product lines including jewelry, watches, fragrances, and accessories.

Meanwhile, athletic apparel retailer Lululemon Athletica is also lined up to open its first store in Puerto Rico at the shopping center, with a storefront already up reserving its space.

Finally, Puerto Rican coffee shop Hacienda Monte Alto is slated to open a kiosk at the mall’s main level. Hacienda Monte Alto specializes in the production of specialty and premium coffee from its operation on the mountains of Adjuntas.

Activities related to the mall’s opening start today, with tours of the anchor tenant stores Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom for members of the media, as well as of the shopping center itself on Wednesday. High-ranking executives are expected to be on hand for the individual events.

With those confirmed retailers, the list of The Mall of San Juan tenants is up to 50:

  1. Banana Republic
  2. Bath & Body Works
  3. BCBG MaxAzria
  4. bebe
  5. Boston Proper
  6. BRIO Tuscan Grille
  7. Brooks Brothers
  8. Burger and Beer Joint
  9. Bvlgari
  10. Camicissima Milano
  11. Cellairis
  12. Chico’s
  13. Claro
  14. Coach
  15. Designer Eyes
  16. Diventi Bella
  17. Finish Line
  18. Footaction
  19. Forever Flawless
  20. Gap
  21. Geox Shoes
  22. Giuseppe Zanotti Design
  23. Gucci
  24. Hacienda Monte Alto
  25. Herve Leger
  26. Hollister
  27. iAccessorize
  28. Invicta Watches
  29. Jimmy Choo
  30. kate spade
  31. Kona Grill
  32. Louis Vuitton
  33. Lululemon Athletica
  34. Lush Cosmetics
  35. Nordstrom
  36. Nouvelle D’Spa Boutique
  37. Omega
  38. Pandora
  39. Saks Fifth Avenue
  40. SOMA
  41. Swarovski
  42. Swatch
  43. T-Mobile
  44. Teavana
  45. Tommy Bahama
  46. Vans
  47. Versace
  48. Victoria’s Secret
  49. White House/Black Market
  50. Zara
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Business reporter with 30 years of experience writing for weekly and daily newspapers, as well as trade publications in Puerto Rico. My list of former employers includes Caribbean Business, The San Juan Star, and the Puerto Rico Daily Sun, among others. My areas of expertise include telecommunications, technology, retail, agriculture, tourism, banking and most other segments of Puerto Rico’s economy.

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