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H&M coming to Westfield Citrus Park mall

Trendy Swedish clothing retailer H&M is coming to the Westfield Citrus Park mall.

The 19,400-square-foot store is expected to open around Dec. 1. It will be the fourth H&M store in the Tampa Bay area. Others are at International Plaza and WestShore Plaza in Tampa and Tyrone Square Mall in St. Petersburg.

The H&M store is one of several additions planned for the Citrus Park mall. A Paul Mitchell School for cosmetology is scheduled to open Nov. 1 in the Macy's wing. The school will offer students hands-on experience doing makeup, manicures and hair styles.

Also slated for the Macy's wing is A'GACI clothing, shoes and accessories opening in November. Based in San Antonio, Texas, the store is the chain's seventh location in Florida and first in the Tampa Bay area.

Other new concepts opening in the mall in the next month are Pholicious, a Vietnamese rice noodle soup cafe, and Amy's Hallmark, a card and gift shop.

H&M coming to Westfield Citrus Park mall 07/25/14 [Last modified: Sunday, July 27, 2014 4:38pm]
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