New tenants coming at The Shops at Wailea

Nearly 20,000 square feet of space leased

Six new leases from a variety of new tenants ranging from Ways & Means Oyster House to Doctors on Call were announced recently at The Shops at Wailea.

In addition, The Festival Cos., which manages and leases the center, said that three tenants will be moving locations. The new tenants and the moves will occur this and next year.

The Festival Cos. has leased more than 19,500 square feet to new retail brands and dining concepts, the company news release said. The new tenants include:

• Ways & Means Oyster House, a seafood restaurant founded in Huntington Beach, Calif. The 4,800-square-foot oyster bar is set to open in the summer of 2020.

• J.McLaughlin, a resort clothing store for men, women and children, set to open in a 1,400-square-foot space in the summer. This will be the retailer’s first presence in Hawaii.

• Island Vintage Coffee, which is opening a 1,600-square-foot cafe and shave ice store in early 2020. The restaurant will offer a full breakfast and lunchtime menu, along with coffee drinks, acai bowls and shave ice.

• Lululemon Athletica, which is known for its athletic apparel and accessories. It will open its new boutique in the summer in 3,000 square feet.

• Poggenpohl Kitchens Hawaii, which features German-made bespoke cabinetry and the latest trends in European kitchen design. It will open a 770-square-foot showroom in late summer.

• Doctors on Call. The urgent care facility is set to open a 1,300-square-foot facility in the last quarter of this year.

Three other current tenants are set to move to new spots this year. Martin & MacArthur, which features handcrafted koa gifts, accessories and furniture, will be moving to a 3,400-square-foot space in the fall; Lappert’s Ice Cream is set to move in the summer to a larger 1,300-square-foot location and add a cafe; and Honolulu Cookie Co. will be relocating to a remodeled 800-square-foot store by summer.

“We’re excited that our vision for The Shops at Wailea is coming alive. We are very happy to bring many sought-after brands and fresh retail concepts to The Shops at Wailea,” said Lori Jones, vice president of portfolio leasing for The Festival Cos. “In addition, many of our existing retailers are undergoing complete store remodels during 2019 and expanding their store concepts to bring their latest offerings to The Shops.”