Broadway Plaza's Big Moves
Courtesy of BCBG
Lots of happenings around Broadway Plaza: Kate Spade, purveyor of stylish women’s accessories, opens in August, pending permits, in the space formerly occupied by Sigrid Olsen. The store will carry Spade’s signature shoes, sunglasses, jewelry, luggage, and stationery—and a limited edition handbag unique to the Walnut Creek location.
This October, David M. Brian, the gift and housewares emporium that is a go-to for local brides looking to register, will relocate to the space that was occupied by the Gap. The Gap, in turn, is looking for new quarters in Broadway Plaza. Meanwhile, BCBG (pictured) will replace Ann Taylor. BCBG sells killer cocktail dresses and refined separates, which transition from the office to girls night out.
Longtime massage therapist Debbie Lindsay has opened Kure Wellness Retreat at 145 E. Prospect Avenue in Danville. In addition to offering pampering services (facials, waxing, massage, and private Pilates sessions), the spa carries a deluxe assortment of soaps, lotions, soy candles, and organic beauty products. In Pleasanton, Euphoria Nail and Body Bar is now open at 660 Main Street. The shop will offer facials, waxing, tanning, and nail services, as well as beauty products.
Also in Pleasanton, Swedish mega-retailer H&M has opened its fourth East Bay location at Stoneridge Shopping Center. Heritage 1981, a trendy store owned by Forever 21 and stocked with graphic Ts, hoodies, and other budget-friendly clothing, is scheduled to open in mid-July at Concord’s Sunvalley Shopping Center.
Brentwood’s Co. Co. County Wine Company wine bar, tasting room, and retail shop has opened at 633 First Street in Brentwood. Owners Rebecca Bloomfield and Dafne Swisher opened the space for Contra Costa wineries that don’t have tasting rooms to show off their varietals—such as Brentwood’s Tamayo Family Vineyards and Walnut Creek’s Shadowbrook Winery.