American Dream, the New Jersey uber shopping center task created by Triple Five Group, has inked a rent with Korean retailer ÅLAND.
ÅLAND, established by sisters Kinam Jung and Jung Eun Jung in 2005, is a multi-idea store that offers moderate style nuts and bolts and curated items by developing and free Korean planners – the majority of which are selective to the US. Items extend from people’s dress, shoes and frill, to home stylistic layout, excellence and health items.
At roughly 10,000 s/f, ÅLAND at American Dream will fill in as a leader area for the brand. This is ÅLAND’s first store in New Jersey and second in the US, the main opened in Brooklyn the previous summer. ÅLAND at present works in excess of 20 stores in Korea, with extra areas in Hong Kong and Thailand.
“American Dream is a goal for revelation,” said Don Ghermezian, CEO, American Dream. “Seoul has turned into a universal design capital, known for its flourishing road style. ÅLAND will give visitors from close and far the chance to find new, rising Korean marks that they can’t discover anyplace else, making it flawlessly balanced for American Dream.”
American Dream is set to open on October 25. It is roughly 3 million s/f and incorporates more than 450 shops, administrations and luxuries.