Work has begun on the infrastructure at The Summit at Fritz Farm, the $156 million, 60-acre development going in at Man O'War and Nicholasville Road. Bayer Properties, the developer, has said The Summit will open in the fall of 2016.
Among the stores signed to go into the new shopping center will be Whole Foods; Lexington's first Pottery Barn; Arhaus; J. McLaughlin, classic women's and men's sportswear and accessories; Orvis, country lifestyle clothier; Lily Rain, clothing and lifestyle store based in Houston and making its Kentucky debut, with jewelry, accessories and brands including Paige Denim and French Connection, Kate Spade gifts, Jonathan Adler home accessories, Butter London nail and lip products; Lotus Boutique, affordable "boho" chic; new to Kentucky; Anthony Vincé Nail Spa; new to Lexington; and Water + Oak, outdoor clothing, hiking, backpacking, climbing gear.
New restaurants coming to The Summit will include Steel City Pops, a Birmingham, Ala.-based gourmet frozen-treat store; Texas de Brazil, an upscale Brazilian steakhouse; Ted's Montana Grill, opening its second restaurant in Lexington; another Blaze Pizza; J Alexander's, an upscale steakhouse; Babalu, a Mississippi-based tapas eatery; Lexington-based Athenian Grill; and a new restaurant from chef Ouita Michel.
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