The Newbury Collection, a stretch of boutiques, spas, and restaurants that run along nearly the full length of Boston’s fashionable Newbury Street, has signed leases with five new tenants, including Drybar, a now-open blow-dry bar, and a burger joint called Shake Shake that is expected to open in September, said Jamestown, the real estate firm that owns the portfolio.
Other new tenants include the now-open Bluemercury, which sells luxury beauty products; the now-openMakerBot, a printing company that can generate 3D creations; and Claire’s, a boutique known for fashionable jewelry and accessories for young women, teens, tweens, and kids.
Jamestown said it has invested about $4.8 million in new development and ongoing projects on Newbury Street. Its Newbury Collection is made up of 28 mixed-use properties that collectively encompass nearly 130,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. The properties also include office and residential space.
Existing retail tenants include Alex & Ani, Forty Seven, the Blues Jean Bar, and No Rest for Bridget.
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