The MarketStreet at Lynnfield development will include a Williams Sonoma and a Pottery Barn, reported National Development Managing Partner Ted Tye at Monday night's Lynnfield selectmen's meeting.
Tye was at the meeting to provide an update on the project, noting that 16 buildings are now under construction - four residential with the others as retail. Whole Foods is expected to open in late August, with others following from Labor Day into November, he added.
Some tenants will also reportedly start moving into the 180 Arbor Point luxury points at the development in September, with some 10,000 square feet of office space, including the future Al Merritt Media and Cultural Center, also set to be ready in the fall.
Tye also provided a rundown of a number of the other businesses set to open at MarketStreet in the fall, citing the area ties that companies like Shoe Market, Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse, and Otto Pizza, among others, will bring.
A more complete look at the stores and restaurants set to open there can be found here.
The retail space is now about 90% leased, Tye reported - although only about half of the names involved have been announced so far.
"I'm really excited about what we're about to deliver in 2013 and where we go in the future," said Tye, also saying his company is "really, really happy about the group of tenants that we have here."
Editor's Note: Much of the attention Monday night focused on the proposed cinema that would open with Phase 2 in 2014 or 2015. For .