Source Philadelphia Business Journal Natalie Costelni
Superdry, MCM and Altar’d State are three new tenants that have signed to lease space at the King of Prussia Mall.
The tenants will occupy space in the new 155,000-square-foot expansion that is scheduled to be completed in August. The mall is owned by Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG).
The three stores offer a range of styles for men and women.
Superdry is a clothing company from the United Kingdom that combines American, Japanese and British styles into one. MCM is a German leather goods brand of bags and accessories. And Altar’d State is a Christian boutique in which 1 percent of all sales are donated to charities.
They join other previously announced retailers that have signed leases at the mall including Stuart Weitzman, CH Carolina Herrera, Clarins, Diane von Furstenberg, Jimmy Choo and Vince.