H&M, the popular clothing store, has announced (click here) that it will be opening a two-story, 27,000-square-foot store at the Burbank Town Center, which is undergoing a much-anticipated comprehensive $60 million remodel that will provide patrons a fresh and exciting modern look with an updated tenant mix and amenities list.
"We are so excited to have a fashion retailer with the style and reputation of H&M," said Amy Brown, General Manager of Burbank Town Center. "It's just another example of how we are growing and getting better and better every day."
The H&M store is set to open its doors to shoppers next summer. In the interim, Burbank Town Center has already introduced its new food court and visitors will find over the coming months many new amenities, including a grand staircase entering off East Magnolia Blvd., two new striking main entrances from the east and west parking garages, remodeled public and family restrooms, crisp flooring throughout, comfortable seating areas, two children’s indoor play areas, dedicated Tesla Superchargers, electric car charging stations for all to use, and an all-around more modern looking shopping center.
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