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North East Mall remaking food court entry to fete 40th birthday

North East Mall in Hurst is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year with a bit of a makeover and some new tenants.

Starting this month, with expected completion early next year, North East plans to replace the entrance to its food court.

The remodel will feature a new glass and steel entry, signage, lighting, landscaping and customer seating.

 “We have established a very loyal shopper base over the last 40 years and have strived to keep our mall contemporary and inviting,” said Holly Conner, the mall’s marketing and business development director.

This year, the mall, which has more than 150 specialty retailers and several anchors, added Charming Charlie, Francesca’s Collections, The Foundry Big & Tall Supply Co., Pandora, Al’s Formal Wear, Body Central, Papaya, Teavana, Ultimate Sports Nutrition, Jersey Mike’s Subs, and Five Guys Burger & Fries.

Wet Seal, Buckle, Spencer's Gifts and Great American Cookies remodeled their stores, and Footlocker and Phil’s Philly Steaks are renovating.

Forever 21 will join the mall this flal, and DSW Shops is scheduled to debut soon at The Shops at North East Mall.

- Scott Nishimura


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