The Mall at Stonecrest welcomes Beauty Superstore Lisa Young

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Stonecrest, GA – The Mall at Stonecrest announces that beauty superstore LISA YOUNG will open its first store in Stonecrest, Georgia at the Mall at Stonecrest this summer.  The 145,000-square-foot, two level anchor is a contemporary women’s apparel, cosmetic and beauty department store, owned and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

“The Mall at Stonecrest will be our flagship location as we launch our newest brand LISA YOUNG and we’re thrilled to bring the finest selection of fashion, bridal and beauty to the Stonecrest, Georgia area at great prices.  LISA YOUNG will provide all the necessary products and services to outfit the Atlanta shopper in styles that make the guest feel confident and unique,” said Nam Park, CEO of Lisa Young,” said Patricia Edge, General Manager of the Mall at Stonecrest. “We are excited to welcome the best in cosmetics and beauty to the Mall at Stonecrest” said Patricia Edge, General Manager of the Mall at Stonecrest.  “Health and Beauty is a strong performer and the upcoming opening of LISA YOUNG will be a favorite shopping destination for all guests.”

 

About Lisa Young:

Lisa Young is part of a thriving 14 store operation under the trade names Beauty Master, Chapel Beauty, Lisa and Lisa Young brands.  Since 2002, the company has expanded with over 674,068 square feet of retail space in metro Atlanta and in their new market of Orlando, Florida.

 

About The Mall at Stonecrest:

The Mall at Stonecrest features over 120 fine stores and restaurants and includes Dillard’s, JCPenney, Macys, Forever 21, H&M and Round One Bowling and Entertainment.  The Mall at Stonecrest is located at Exit 75, Turner Hill Road, in Stonecrest, Georgia.  For more information, please visit www.mallatstonecrest.com or www.facebook.com/mallatstonecrest.

 

About Urban Retail Properties, LLC:

Urban Retail Properties, LLC, a privately held commercial real estate investment and operating company headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, manages 30 retail properties in 13 states, totaling over 14 million square feet. Since its formation in 1984, Urban Retail has been an innovator in retail ownership and management, becoming one of the nation’s leading third-party real estate management firms specializing in regional malls, community centers and big box portfolios. Urban Retail creates value for institutional investment partners through strategic acquisition, development, merchandising and leasing efforts. For more information about the company, please visit www.urbanretail.com

2 comments

  • S

    August 5, 2021 at 2:27 pm

    * Underwhelming yay with two handclaps*

    Why do something tell me that this so called Lisa Young ” “beauty store” is no more than a glorified beauty supply store or a D.D.s discount like store?

    Supposedly,this store is headquartered in Atlanta but the closest thing that I’ve seen it being known and/ or widespread is a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant by that name,a beauty supply store in Los Angeles and a health motivational speaker. I get suspicious about unknown place like that because nine times ten it end up being nothing inspiring.

    It’s sad to say that while it’s not the first time that I’ve been in Snellville ( been plenty of times) ,it was my first time shopping at Snellville Pavilion for some shoes. I just thought how a shopping center should be ..with better known stores and quality products whether reasonable or expensive( Depending on one’s tastes) I also shop at Camp Creek,Conyers, Norcross , Stockbridge or occasionally , Fayetteville and Newnan( if I just happen to be out there)

    I also still shop at Stonecrest Mall but I’m disappointed in the direction they’re going by bringing in unknown..and God knows I want to be wrong about this..too frugal stores into it. One of the reasons that I stopped shopping at South DeKalb Mall was because it became a mall that didn’t fit my age demographic.. predominantly cheap urban wear and nothing else. I wasn’t big on Macy’s,but that left. Now it’s just “there”.I guess that what the owners of the mall/ shops just think a middle age Black woman like me only like that kind of stuff* sigh*.

    I’m not feeling this idea and I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the residents in Stonecrest may carry those same feelings. There are several places to find the kind stuff this Lisa Young store is supposed to have( Macy’s, JCPenney’s anyone?).

    It would have been better if the mall owners / store owners asked the people what they wanted for Stonecrest instead of assuming it. These days ,people just attempt to play psychic with the minds of people desires. I’m praying everyday that The New Black Wall Street Market will prosper.( I admit to being a skeptic about this but that’s another story).At least they’re attempting to bringing uniqueness to the shoppers experience.

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  • S

    August 6, 2021 at 10:47 am

    Oops…I overlooked somethings in this story and it haven’t changed my mind a bit. If anything, it just make me hope that someone will pull the plug on unknown businesses like this.

    No matter how fancy they make this so called Lisa Young store,it comes off as the familiar ,run of the mill five and dime store and with them being associated with the other beauty stores listed on here…oh no..it’s the same song.The new owner of say that customers will be “happy” with this store . Really?

    When Urban Retailers said a good surprise was coming to the mall, I was expecting maybe…ummm something like another known department store like Ulta or something else spectacular judging by their reaction..not!

    My concern is that if Stonecrest Mall continue to accept anything,the mall ,as we know it ,will turn into one giant flea market.

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