Japanese wardrobe tradesman will open 8,000-square-foot store in North Bethesda in early tumble
The color-coded interior of a UNIQLO store
PHOTO COURTESY of UNIQLO
UNIQLO, a Japan-based wardrobe retailer, is opening a store during Pike Rose in North Bethesda in a early fall.
The store during 11853 Grand Park Ave. will be a company’s initial in Maryland. UNIQLO also has locations in Washington, D.C., and Tysons Corner, Virginia.
The association sells a possess code of clothing, called LifeWear, and a 8,000-square-foot Pike Rose plcae will have sections for men, women and kids.
“Pike Rose is a abounding new end to live, work, shop, and dine, and we demeanour brazen to assembly a needs of a Maryland business in character and comfort with a attire that is done for all,” UNIQLO USA CEO Hiroshi Taki pronounced in a press release.
UNIQLO will join other retailers during a North Bethesda growth of shops, restaurants and residential buildings, including a 24,000-square-foot HM that non-stop there this September.
UNIQLO, that non-stop a initial store in Hiroshima in 1984, has 1,900 stores around a world.