For nearly three years now, Guests visiting the Disney Springs area have had to deal with a massive amount of walls separating them from the Town Center, which will become the largest neighborhood in this reimagined entertainment, shopping, and dining district. It looks like the wait is almost over, as many new locations will begin to open on May 15 within the Town Center! By July 1, 2016, the majority of these new venues are expected to officially open to Guests.

During the last several months, many new retailers have been announced. Below is an updated list in alphabetical order (more venues may be announced in the coming weeks on the Disney Parks Blog):
  • American Threads
  • Anthropologie
  • Coca-Cola Store
  • Columbia Sportswear
  • Edward Beiner
  • Everything But Water
  • francesca’s
  • Free People
  • Johnston & Murphy
  • kate spade new york
  • Kipling
  • Lilly Pulitzer
  • L’Occitane En Provence
  • Lucky Brand
  • Luxury of Time by Diamonds International
  • M·A·C Cosmetics
  • Melissa Shoes
  • Na Hoku
  • Oakley
  • Sephora
  • Shore
  • Sperry
  • Tommy Bahama
  • UGG
  • Under Armour
  • UNOde50
  • Vince Camuto
  • Vera Bradley
  • Volcom
  • Zara
Of course, in addition to these new offerings, the Town Center area of Disney Springs will also include some beautifully-themed facades and relaxing spots for the whole family to enjoy.

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6 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

Thanks! I was wondering when the Under Armour store would open.

Anonymous said...

I'm very glad Pleasure Island is dead and buried, because this is already a huge improvement, and will be beautiful when finished. I'd love to see a monorail connection with Epcot.

Unknown said...

R.I.P. Pleasure Island. I'm so not excited about Disney Springs. Just what we needed, another shopping mall. At least Pleasure Island was something different. Looks like many of the same stores already in Orlando at Mall At Millenia and Florida Mall

Anonymous said...

I don't miss Pleasure Island at all, but I'm also older than I used to be. I'm content walking around with a beer at Disney Springs while the ladies shop and we all eat ourselves silly. There are plenty of bars at or coming to Disney Springs, including places like bowling if you're looking for more activities. If you want a dance club, go elsewhere, but I'm fine with that since I'm 45 and don't visit those types of places anymore. Disney is about families, and Disney Springs fits that model far better than Pleasure Island. If you miss Pleasure Island, visit Universal City Walk. No offense intended. Different strokes for different folks, that's all I'm saying.

Alex said...

Whether any of these stores can be found at another Orlando area mall is irrelevant. The overwhelming majority of Disney World guests aren't going to drive 25-30 (or more with traffic) minutes to go to a mall.

Unknown said...

I'm 44 and I miss Pleasure Island immensely. I don't frequent night clubs as much as I did in my 20's, but Pleasure Island was completely different than any typical night club. I could go and laugh at a comedy show, get sucked into The Adventures Club, or dance at 8Traxx or Mannequins. I could hang out with my friends, my parents, my family. It was a great time! As far as spending time with my kids, well, I had all week when I was on vacation at the parks, but Pleasure Island was a getaway. I will always miss that place!

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