ULTA Beauty opening in Village at Leesburg this summer
Officials recently announced that ULTA Beauty, a national retailer of cosmetics and beauty products, has signed a lease at 1606 Village Market Blvd.
ULTA Beauty is the largest beauty retailer that provides one-stop shopping for prestige, mass and salon products and services in the United States. It provides affordable products for its customers by combining value and convenience with the environment and experience of a specialty retailer.
Products carried by ULTA Beauty include more than 20,000 options across the categories of cosmetics, fragrance, haircare, skincare, bath and body products and salon styling tools, as well as salon haircare products.
Also included in the space will be a full-service salon.
The specialty cosmetic store operates 550 retail locations across 45 states.
“We’re extremely pleased to announce ULTA Beauty, a quality tenant, will be joining the Village at Leesburg community,” Michael Wheat, executive vice president and director of leasing for Cypress Equities said in a news release. “We know that ULTA will enhance the shopping experience at our center and look forward to having a fantastic national retailer join our great merchants.”
Leesburg's Director of Economic Development Marantha Edwards noted the chain has been on the town's wish list for some time.
“ULTA Beauty has been on our radar for a long time as a good fit for the Town, in terms of both our demographics and the current mix of existing retailers located in Town,” she said in a news release. “We have been working with the real estate community for over a year to match up ULTA with the best Leesburg location for them and are delighted that ULTA will be coming to the Village at Leesburg. They will be a tremendous addition to the retail and service offerings currently available there.”
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