Tivoli Village announced its Phase Two anchor tenant — lifestyle purveyor RH (Restoration Hardware).
The shopping, dining and lifestyle center at Rampart and Alta is in the midst of building four-stories of indoor and outdoor space, which will integrate all of RH’s product offerings within a gallery style environment.
The Tivoli Village Gallery will be RH’s first and only Nevada location.
“The shopping experience is evolving and successful retailers evolve with it,” Patrick Done, president of Tivoli Village, said in a statement. “RH is a perfect match for Tivoli Village and for Las Vegas, as their staggering financial and market growth would indicate. We are excited to see our customer’s response to the most dynamic and sought-after retail concept in the country.”
The RH Gallery at Tivoli Village is scheduled to open in 2016. For more information on RH, visit www.restorationhardware.com.
Jeweler doubling its space
Berger &Son Fine Jewelers, a fine jewelry and timepiece retailer that has been located at Fashion Show Mall for nearly 35 years, has decided to more than double its footprint.
“I’ve been listening to my customers,” Stuart Berger, owner of Berger &Son, said in a statement. “Our loyal customers have been asking for brands I’ve been unable to carry due to the size of my store. Now I have an opportunity to provide them with even more exceptional, exclusive service by inviting them into this new, extended space.”
The new location will be located just steps from the Fashion Show Mall entrance facing the Strip on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Berger &Son Fine Jewelers will spend $1 million expand its retail space from 1,000-square-feet to 2,500-square-feet. The new store will feature a VIP parlor with private service for jewelry design consultations as well as a full time on-premise jeweler and watchmaker for custom designs, repairs and appraisals.
Construction will commence on Aug. 1, and the store is scheduled to open during the first week of December.
Trendy on your pizza?
Another pizza concept has hit Las Vegas.
Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza, the Los Angeles-based fast-casual build-your-own pizza concept, opened its first Nevada restaurant on May 28 in Henderson in the Horizon Pointe Shopping Center at 10520 S. Eastern Ave.
Each Blaze Pizza restaurant features an interactive assembly-line format that allows guests to customize one of the menu’s signature pizzas or create their own, choosing from a wide selection of ingredients for under $8. The 11-inch pizzas are sent into an open-flame oven and are ready to eat in 180 seconds.
The first Blaze Pizza restaurant debuted in Irvine, Calif. in 2012. The company operates restaurants in 17 states and the District of Columbia. Investors include LeBron James, Maria Shriver, Boston Red Sox co-owner Tom Werner and movie producer John Davis.
“Our mission at Blaze is really simple – we’re all about bringing the community a place where guests can connect, create and enjoy great pizza at crazy fast speed,” Jim Mizes, president &COO of Blaze Pizza, said in a statement. “If you think about it, there hasn’t been a good way to enjoy a made-from-scratch pizza without the wait. Now there is. We believe this will be a game changer in town.”
For more information, please visit blazepizza.com and facebook.com/blazepizza.