IMPACT ROUND-UP: See which 12 stores are now open or coming soon to the Mall at Green Hills

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On June 21, the Mall at Green Hills, located at 2126 Abbott Martin Road, opened a two-level, 132,000-square-foot wing connecting Dillard's to the mall’s interior. The $200 million expansion project adds more than 30 new stores and dining options as well as additional parking, expanded valet service, new indoor seating and more.

In addition to the businesses currently open, the Mall at Green Hills previously announced plans for a two-story Crate and Barrel, Dry Goods and Warby Parker as well as future restaurants, including Cava, North Italia and Chopt.

See what businesses are now open, coming soon or recently relocated inside the Mall at Green Hills:

Now open


Pretzel company Auntie Anne’s opened a second location in the mall in June on the upper level near Dillard's at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville. In addition to traditional and specialty pretzels, the counter-service-style restaurant sells lemonades, teas and soft drinks. 615-297-6110. www.auntieannes.com

Jamba, formerly known as Jamba Juice, opened a location in June on the upper level near Dillard's at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville. The eatery sells fruit- and vegetable-based smoothies and juices as well as baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, flatbreads and smoothie bowls. 615-878-1126. www.jamba.com

Footwear and apparel store Foot Locker opened a second Nashville-area location in June on the lower level of the new wing at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste. E111, Nashville. The store offers a selection of athletic shoes, boots and sandals for men, women and children. 615-622-6648. www.footlocker.com

Mattress company Casper opened in June between Apple and Nordstrom on the lower level of the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste.132, Nashville. In addition to mattresses, Casper sells bedding, bed frames, pillows and more. The company, which launched in 2014 as an online-only store, opened its first brick-and-mortar store in 2018 in New York City and announced plans to operate 200 locations by 2021. www.casper.com

G-Star Raw, a clothing brand founded in Amsterdam in 1989, opened in June on the upper level of the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste. 215, Nashville. The store, which specializes in denim products, offers men’s and women’s clothing, footwear and accessories. 615-622-6701. www.g-star.com

Vans, a clothing and shoes brand found in hundreds of footwear stores nationwide, opened an independent location in June at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste. E118, Nashville. The company, founded in 1966, opened its first standalone retail store in 2018. Vans sells a variety of shoes as well as clothing, backpacks and more for men, women and children. www.vans.com

Coming soon


American Eagle and Aerie, two sub-brands of the clothing retail company American Eagle Outfitters, will open in the fall at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste. E121, according to the company. The two clothing stores, which will be located on the lower level of the new wing, sell jeans, tops, swimsuits and more. www.ae.com

Luxury brand Gucci will open a storefront in December inside the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville. The Italian clothing and leather goods company also offers home decor items, beauty products and jewelry. Prior to opening, the closest location is in Louisville, Kentucky. www.gucci.com

Abercrombie and Fitch and Abercrombie Kids will open in the fall at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste. 109, Nashville, according to a news release. Abercrombie and Fitch, which sells men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, will be located next to its children’s clothing store. www.abercrombie.com

St. Louis-based women’s clothing and decor store Soft Surroundings will open in late spring 2020 at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville, according to the company. Soft Surroundings, which launched as a catalog in 1999 and opened its first physical store in 2005, has more than 80 U.S. locations, including two other Tennessee locations in Memphis and Knoxville. www.softsurroundings.com

Relocations


GNC Live Well relocated in June to the new wing at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste. E107, Nashville. The shop offers health-related products, such as minerals, protein, supplements, vitamins and more. 615-297-7078. www.gnc.com

Retail clothing chain The Gap Inc. will relocate in November to the new wing at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville. The company, which also owns brands such as Athleta, Banana Republic, Old Navy and other clothing stores, operates more than 3,000 stores worldwide. 615-383-1145. www.gap.com

In the news


The Mall at Green Hills, which has more than 4,300 parking spaces, opened 860 new spaces in June in the Emerald Parking deck, located below Dillard’s and the mall’s new wing. The mall also opened a second complimentary valet drop-off location in June near Nordstrom off Abbott Martin Road, in addition to the other drop-off location in the surface lot near The Cheesecake Factory. 615-298-5478. www.shopgreenhills.com
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