Westfield San Francisco Centre Announces Openings of New Flagship and First-to-market Shops And Reestaurants

San Francisco, CA (February 22, 2018) — An architectural marvel just steps away from Union Square –and one of the most productive urban retail destinations in the United States – Westfield San Francisco Centre is welcoming new or expanded flagship stores for Zara, American Eagle Outfitters, and Aritzia(the first in San Francisco), as well as the relocation of the city’s only Adriano Goldschmied and cutting-edge Hong Kong fashion eyewear brand Mujosh, opening its first U.S. store.

Among the six new shops and four new eateries which have either recently opened or will soon open are:

Aritzia – (opened November 2017) – This innovative Canadian design house has chosen to locate its first San Francisco flagship location at San Francisco Centre. The newly opened 11,000 square foot, two-level boutique is elegantly designed and features seasonal collections created for women who care about precise construction, exceptional quality, and premium fabrics.

Aesop (opened December 2017) – Originally hailing from Australia, Aesop’s superlative formulations for skin, hair and body have earned accolades worldwide. The new San Francisco Centre location incorporates stunning store design inspired by the locally renowned Haas-Lilienthal House.

Zara – (opening February 2018) – The ultra-popular Spanish retailer will be opening a modern 26,000 square foot, two-level flagship store showcasing stylish women’s, men’s, and children’s collections on San Francisco Centre’s Levels 2 and 3.

American Eagle Outfitters – (opening Spring 2018) – A stylish new 12,000 square foot, two-level San Francisco flagship store will include an exterior entrance alongside the property’s historic Market Street beaux-arts façade as well as an interior entrances on Levels 1 and 2.

Mujosh – (opening Spring 2018) – Coming to the United States for the first time is this cutting-edge fashion eyewear brand from Hong Kong which has won accolades across Asia (and Australia) for boldly combining unique elements and styles into its iconic designs.

Adriano Goldschmied – (opening Summer 2018) – This influential designer of premium denim jeans and on-trend collections for both women and men has decided to relocate its only San Francisco store to Westfield San Francisco Centre.

KoJa Kitchen – (opened November 2017) – Short for “Korean-Japanese”, KoJa first originated as a food truck and soon won legions of dedicated devotees for its ingenious amalgamation of traditional Asian ingredients and New World favorites – especially gourmet hamburgers with their own unique sauces and recipes.

Big Fish Little Fish – (opened December 2017) – Bringing poke from its humble roots in Hawaii to the California coast, this eatery takes pride in preparing everything to order, including its chef-driven signature bowls and famous homemade lemonades.

Bake Cheese Tart – (opening Spring 2018) – This popular Japanese bakery and confectioner is opening its first U.S. location with a point of introducing the Bay Area to its one-of-a-kind cheese mousse tarts – crispy, rich, fluffy, and baked fresh daily in-store.

Cocosueño – (opening Summer 2018) – A new full-service Mexican restaurant opening “Under the Dome” (Level 4), this is a new concept created by local San Francisco favorite, Tropisueño.

“The fact that great brands are opening their San Francisco flagships here clearly speaks to the vitality of this destination,” said Leah Heil, Westfield San Francisco Centre’s Senior General Manager. “At the same time, we are excited to build on the momentum of these new arrivals as we look to introduce even more new choices and unexpected offerings – including art, culture, entertainment, as well as other amenities that cater to our customers’ every need.”

Among the most unique retail locations in the entire country – San Francisco Centre encompasses the West Coast flagship Bloomingdale’s, the nation’s second-largest Nordstrom, a Burke-Williams Day Spa, Burberry, Tiffany & Co., San Francisco’s first Microsoft Store and only LEGO store, an Amazonkiosk, Razer’s only U.S. location, Century Theatres (which has recently completed a renovation featuring “Luxury Loungers”, the plush electric-powered reclining seats), as well as award-winning cuisine from M.Y. China and Tap [415].

At the same time, San Francisco Centre’s historic architecture includes the famous beaux-arts façade on Market Street and iconic glass-and-steel dome (both dating from the era of the 1906 earthquake); integrated public transit (the BART / MUNI Powell St. subway station is located directly underneath the property); classrooms for San Francisco State University’s downtown campus; modern workspace for the technology company, Ellation; as well as the state-of-the-art BESPOKE co-working, event, and tech demo facilities.

About Westfield San Francisco Centre
An architectural marvel located just steps from famed Union Square, Westfield San Francisco Centre has emerged as one of the most exciting downtown retail venues in the United States. Featuring the West Coast flagship Bloomingdale’s, the second largest Nordstrom in the nation, a Burke Williams Day Spa and Century Theatres, this destination is home to 200 favorite brands including Burberry, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, J.Crew and Zara – as well as award-winning cuisine from M.Y. China and Tap 415. Also, underneath the property’s historic dome, Westfield San Francisco Centre has unveiled BESPOKE – a coworking, technology, demo and event space perfectly suited to San Francisco’s culture of innovation. For more information, please visit: https://www.westfield.com/sanfrancisco/.

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