Be There or Be Square: Lenox Square Reopens Doors to Luxury
Written by Colleen Ann McNally | Photography courtesy of Ben Rose
While fashion changes season to season, Lenox Square has served as a beacon of high style in the Southeast since 1959. A premier shopping destination for fashionistas, the property boasts the biggest name designers and nearly 250 specialty stores including Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, FENDI, Burberry, Cartier, David Yurman, Louis Vuitton and oh, so many more. Lucky for us, this lap of luxury is as close as Buckhead. And true to the fashion industry culture, Lenox Square continues to raise the bar.
This year, Lenox Square gave itself a dramatic wardrobe makeover, you could say, with a multi-phase renovation project, unveiling a beautifully revamped main entrance and completely redesigned food court. Although far from the first in the history of the mall’s renovations – as seen in the black and white photos displayed at the reopening ceremony illustrating the progress through the decades – this was perhaps the most impressive.
A two-story glass facade welcomes shoppers to The Cheesecake Factory, Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar and True Food Kitchen, three new full-service restaurants that opened in June. Also new to grace the mall’s directory is the Diane Von Furstenberg boutique, coming soon. And because the Lenox Square experience is about extravagance from start to finish, showcasing the iconic property’s street side presence is the redesigned porte-cochere and enhanced valet amenities for easy access – in other words, less distance you’ll have to tote the shopping bags back to the car. Whether you come to fine dine, blow your budget or just window shop while building your dream wardrobe, a visit to see the latest definition of luxury is something any fashionista can’t afford to miss. simon.com/mall/lenox-square