These new eating places, outlets will exchange former Sears at Burlington Mall

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As part of a renovation of the Burlington Mall, four new restaurants and three new clothing stores are in the works. Simon Property Group, the parent company of Burlington Mall and twelve other Massachusetts locations, announced plans to redevelop part of the mall property. Officials said the new stores will open in the fall. The four restaurants announced are Parm, an Italian restaurant operated by the Major Food Group; Fogo De Chao, a Brazilian steakhouse with an additional location in the Boston area; Bennett’s Sandwich Shop, a Maine-based chain with three other locations; and Shake Shack. Retail stores opening next year on Burlington Mall include Fabletics, Miltons – The Store for Men, and New England’s only location in Lands’ End. The company promised to announce more new tenants later this year. Mall cards indicate that the new shops and restaurants will occupy spaces that were formerly part of the Sears anchor store, which closed in the mall in 2018. A 1-acre green space will be created with space for outdoor dining or outdoor events, according to Simon officials. The former Sears automobile building has already been converted into a dozen new stores under the Banner Village at Burlington Mall.

Four new restaurants and three new clothing stores are in the works as part of a redesign of the Burlington Mall.

Simon Property Group, the parent company of Burlington Mall and 12 other Massachusetts locations, announced plans to redevelop part of the mall. Officials said the new stores will start opening in the fall.

The four restaurants announced are Parm, an Italian restaurant operated by the Major Food Group. Fogo De Chao, a Brazilian steakhouse with an additional location in the Boston area; Bennett’s Sandwich Shop, a Maine-based chain with three other locations; and Shake Shack.

Retail stores opening next year on the Burlington Mall include Fabletics, Miltons – The Store for Men, and New England’s only Lands’ End location.

The company promised to announce more new tenants later this year.

Mall cards indicate that the new shops and restaurants will occupy spaces that were formerly part of the Sears anchor store, which closed in the mall in 2018. A 1-acre green space will be created with space for outdoor dining or outdoor events, according to Simon officials.

The former Sears automobile building has already been converted into a dozen new stores under the Banner Village at Burlington Mall.