The corner of 20th Street and Camelback Road is getting a fresh look. The revitalization of this high-traffic corner is part of the redevelopment of The Shops at Town & Country that started in 2012 and has included removal of structures and additions of larger scale retailers.
Throughout the last several years, The Shops at Town & Country has undergone a multi-phase redevelopment plan that has included opening 95,000 square-feet of retail and restaurant space. Nordstrom Rack and Whole Foods are among those successful retailers that have opened, with The Container Store and Orvis set to open this fall.
At 24,500 square-feet, The Container Store will feature more than 10,000 innovative storage and organization solutions for every area of the home. The store will be divided into 16 lifestyle sections, including kitchen, closet, office, garage and their exclusive shelving system, elfa®. The new Town & Country location will feature The Container Store’s new luxury closet line, TCS Closets, which is an exclusive collection of solid, custom-built closet solutions. Customers will also be able to take advantage of the retailer’s many time-saving services, including its Contained Home service which offers personalized, in-home design and organization expertise. This location will be the retailer’s fourth store in the state of Arizona.
Adjacent to The Container Store, Orvis will open a 5,000 square foot location. Founded in 1856, Orvis is America’s oldest mail-order outfitter and longest continually-operating fly-fishing business. Orvis retail stores offer a wide assortment of men’s and women’s sportswear, fine gifts and home furnishings, luggage and travel accessories, as well as fine shotguns, gear, and technical apparel for wingshooting and sporting clays.
Ten thousand additional square feet of retail set to join the property rounds out this phase and will be announced later this year.
“The additions of these unique retailers fit the needs of the community while enhancing The Shops at Town & Country overall eclectic retail mix,” said James Shough, partner for The Shops at Town & Country. “This historic property has served the community since 1959, the addition of these retailers ensure we grow along with our customer’s needs.”