Governor’s Square Mall bringing back Charlotte Russe
Jimmy Settle, Clarksville Leaf-ChroniclePublished 10:30 a.m. CT Jan. 17, 2020 | Updated 10:37 a.m. CT Jan. 17, 2020
A former retail tenant of Governor’s Square Mall is returning in the spring, mall officials said this week.
Charlotte Russe, a familiar name in women’s fashion, will open by late March in a 5,000-square-foot lease space between Champs and The Children’s Place.
Charlotte Russe is billed as a destination for the latest clothing, footwear and accessory trends, with “unbeatable pricing every woman can afford.”
Named after a French dessert, Charlotte Russe began in 1975 with the first store opening in Carlsbad, California.
“Putting a spotlight on women in their teens and early twenties, the store offered access to major fashion trends at value-oriented prices,” Governor’s Square said in a prepared announcement.
In 2019, Charlotte Russe took a “brief hiatus” as it went through a transition in ownership. The company is now reopening under new ownership, YM Inc. of Toronto. Details of a Clarksville grand opening will soon be announced, the mall said.
Governor’s Square Mall on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard has been serving as Clarksville’s regional mall since 1986. It comprises over 1 million square feet of retail space, anchored by Dillards, Belk, Sears, J.C. Penney, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Target, Ross Dress for Less and more than 100 other specialty shops and services. For more information, visit online at www.governorssquare.net.
Governor’s Square Mall is owned and operated as part of the Cafaro family of companies, based in Niles, Ohio. For more information go to www.cafarocompany.com.
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