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    Sales of Ala Moana Center property totaling $1.36 billion made up nearly half the money spent in commercial property sales.

Ala Moana Center announced Thursday more tenants moving into its $570 million Ewa wing expansion, opening Nov. 12.

The project, which is expanding the former Sears space to 650,000 square feet on three levels, will be anchored by Hawaii’s first Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom, which is relocating to a new 185,000-square-foot space in March.

Foodland Super Market Ltd. — one of the center’s original tenants — is returning to Hawaii’s largest shopping mall with the opening of Foodland Farms in July. Shirokiya also announced last month that it will open in June a $35 million Japanese food village that will be the major attraction on the ground floor of the project, which will include two courtyards, water features and a stage for performances. 

About 40 of 60 new tenants, which will occupy another 200,000 square feet, will open in November.

New tenants include: 

>> Aēsop 

>> Agent Provocateur 


>> BOSS Hugo Boss 

>> Café Lani Hawaii 

>> Calypso St. Barth 

>> David Yurman 

>> Desigual 

>> Fly Zone at Kids Foot Locker 

>> Gloria Jean’s Coffees 

>> Island Slipper 

>> ivivva 

>> Kay Jewelers 

>> Laline 

>> Lorna Jane Active Living 

>> Magnolia Bakery 

>> mālie organics 

>> MTOC (early 2016) 

>> Ninja Sushi 

>> Nitrogenie 

>> Pierre Marcolini 

>> Planet Blue 

>> SwimSpot 

>> Ted Baker London 

>> Tempura Ichidai 

>> The Art of Shaving 

>> The North Face 

>> Zara 

Tenant relocations or additional stores: 

>> Ben Bridge Timeworks 

>> Coach 

>> Diesel 

>> Escada 

>> Folli Follie 

>> Hermès (fall 2016) 

>> Jamba Juice (additional location) 

>> JTB ‘Oli ‘Oli Station (spring 2016) 

>> kate spade new york 

>> La Perla 

>> lululemon athletica 

>> Rimowa 

>> St. John 

>> Starbucks (additional location) 

>> Sunglass Hut (additional location) 

>> Tory Burch 

>> True Religion Brand Jeans 

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