Circle Centre on Wednesday announced the addition of three tenants to the downtown mall.
— Hutchland Denim, a new locally based company, plans to open a shop on the third level this fall. Owner William Holland plans to carry unique denim brands for adults and children, and offer alteration and denim-distressing services.
— SoupShop is slated to open this fall in the food court space now occupied by Lite on the Mayo. Owner Rakesh Sharma of Carmel said his menu will feature a rotating selection of up to eight soups, flavored rice and wraps.
— Circle City Souvenir plans to take over a space on the third floor next to Sunglass Hut. Owner Kim White of Fishers plans to carry custom-made souvenir items, photography and Indiana-made artisan products such as Just Pop In popcorn, DeBrand’s chocolates and Indiana Pickle Co. pickles.
Also coming to the mall by the end of the year are previously announced tenants Burger Study and Burn by Rocky Patel.
Circle Centre manager Simon Property Group has been turning to more restaurants and non-traditional tenants to fill space at the mall amid a flurry of nationwide closures by apparel chains.
The mall recently signed anchor Carson's to a five-year lease extension and saw H&M double its space, to about 25,000 square feet.