Anthropologie Moving from The Bravern to Bellevue Square

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!--paging_filter--pThe website a href="http://www.downtownbellevue.com/2013/07/02/bravern-responds-anthropologi..." target="_blank"Downtown Bellevue Network/a is reporting that Anthro is moving from a href="http://thebravern.com/" target="_blank"The Bravern/a to a href="http://www.bellevuecollection.com/" target="_blank"Bellevue Square/a in November. Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp., who now owns the luxury outdoor mall, calls the move “a mutually understandable relocation,” and goes on to say, “We understand that some may be wondering about The Bravern’s future, but the please know the management team is diligently working to fulfill a vision for the destination and that takes time. In the mean time, more than 24 retail tenants including restaurants, a spa, and gym make The Bravern a unique, diverse shopping center to explore.”/p
pNeedless to say, big changes are happening in the dynamic of high-end shopping in downtown Bellevue./p

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