Two more top-quality retailers have announced they will open new stores at Pinecrest, the highly anticipated, SUB-urban mixed-use district under construction on Harvard Road at I-271 in Orange Village. Williams Sonoma and Pottery Barn have announced that each will have stores at Pinecrest when it opens in spring 2018. The announcement was made today by Fairmount Properties, Pinecrest’s developer.
Pottery Barn will bring its casual, comfortable, stylish collection of home furnishings and accessories for every room in the home to its new 12,000 SF store at Pinecrest. In addition, Pottery Barn will offer an array of services and experiences including complimentary design services, wedding registry and in-store events and classes localized to the Cleveland community.
Williams Sonoma will also be a part of Pinecrest with a new 6,500 SF store that will offer the highly-regarded retailer’s full line of culinary and kitchen essentials and luxuries. In addition, Williams Sonoma’s popular and impressive resources of class offerings, recipes, seasonal menus, entertaining ideas and techniques, cooking guides, plus news, tips, interviews and recipes from its team of featured chefs will all be featured in the new Pinecrest store.
Pinecrest will feature over 400,000 SF of the most-sought retail and dining options in its open- air town center setting, a 145-room AC Hotel by Marriott, 150,000 SF of Class A office space and 87 extraordinary apartment homes, plus garage, surface and street parking. The majority of Pinecrest’s retailers, restaurants and entertainment anchors will be new to Northeast Ohio and exclusive to Pinecrest.
Pottery Barn and Williams Sonoma will be joining an impressive line-up of Pinecrest retailers announced previously including REI, West Elm, Whole Foods, Vineyard Vines, Orangetheory Fitness, Vernacular and Laura of Pembroke, among many others. Its diverse array of restaurants will include Kona Grill, Red, the Steakhouse, City Works, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Bibbibop and Fusian, along with entertainment anchors including Pinstripes and Silverspot Cinema. Additional stores and restaurants are expected to be announced over the coming months.
“Being able to add both Pottery Barn and Williams Sonoma, in addition to bringing West Elm into the market, really solidifies Pinecrest as the premier resource for stylish home furnishings and accessories in this region,” said Heather Kovello, vice president of retail leasing at Fairmount Properties. “The fact that both of these top-quality retailers have chosen to locate at Pinecrest is certainly indicative of the already outstanding reputation this project has and will have in the Cleveland market for years to come. As wonderful as their merchandise selection is, the values of these brands fit so well with Pinecrest’s commitment to creating a highly experiential mixed-use district for all of Northeast Ohio,” she added.
Pinecrest is being developed by a partnership led by the Cleveland-based Fairmount Properties and the DiGeronimo Companies.
For retail leasing, contact Heather Kovello (; 216.514.8700) or Maxine Miller (; 216.514.8700). Additional information about Pinecrest can be found at DiscoverPinecrest.com.
Pinecrest, Cleveland’s newest mixed-use district by DiGeronimo Companies and Fairmount Properties, took home Gold (the top honor for mixed-use developments) in the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Global Awards for North American Design and Development.
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DiGeronimo Companies is building the multiple-use project -- which may include stores, restaurants, apartments, hotels, hospitals, manufacturing plants, offices and laboratories -- on 103 acres at the northwest corner of Brecksville and Miller roads.