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February 26, 2020
Furniture brand West Elm has signed an 11,000-square-foot lease in Dedham’s Legacy Place, according to the property developer behind the 10-year-old shopping and dining area.
The store is slated to open this summer, according to a spokeswoman for WS Development.
The retailer is part of Williams-Sonoma Inc. (NYSE: WSM), the San Francisco-based kitchen supplies and home decor store. Williams-Sonoma already has a location in Legacy Place, which is a joint venture between Chestnut Hill-based WS Development and Norwood-based National Amusements. Legacy Place first opened in 2009.
West Elm has two other stores in Massachusetts, according to its website: One in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood and the other in Burlington.
The West Elm store “will feature its original furniture and home goods, 90% of which are designed in-house with special attention given to selecting organic, handcrafted, sustainably sourced and Fair Trade Certified™ products,” a WS Development release said.
WS Development also announced custom men’s clothier Indochino and Anfa Barber Shop are also coming to Legacy Place. They are slated to open later this year.
The Indochino space spans 2,105 square feet.
Other tenants in Legacy Place include an Apple store, Victoria’s Secret, Vineyard Vines, Whole Foods Market, Temazcal Tequila Cantina, L.L. Bean, Gap, Carhartt, Boston Interiors, Citizens Bank, Banana Republic, and Amazon Books, among others.