Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) has awarded retail contracts to Hudson Group, Paradies Lagardére, Sweet Ventures, Inc., and XpresSpa in the first phase of its redevelopment program, scheduled to open in fall of 2020.
The first phase of the airport’s redevelopment program, dubbed The New SLC, includes the central terminal, the west end of two concourses and a parking garage. Contracts for retail for the first phase include 29 retail stores that will occupy nearly 31,000 square feet of space.
SLC said it will implement street pricing in shops located in the new facilities.
“Our team went through an extensive selection process to get the right combination of local, regional and national brands for those traveling through SLC,” says Bill Wyatt, executive director, Salt Lake City Department of Airports. “We are thrilled with the outcome and I think our passengers will be excited with the combination of dynamic shops opening in 2020.”
Hudson and Paradies Lagardére will each operate 13 locations. Hudson will operate The Salt Lake Tribute, two Tumi locations, Utah!, Central Pointe Market, Land Speed Depot, Coach, MAC, Frye, Something Silver, Tech on the Go/Wicked and Dufry Duty Free in the two concourses, as well as a Hudson News located pre-security.
Paradies Lagardére will operate Liberty Park Market with Hip & Humble as well as a separate Hip and Humble store, along with InMotion, Maverik, KSL TV/King’s English, Deseret News, iStore, TripAdvisor/King’s English, Johnston & Murphy, No Boundaries, CNBC and Visit Salt Lake in the two concourses, as well as a second Maverik store pre-security.
Rounding out the offerings are two XpresSpa locations and a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory operated by Sweet Ventures.
The second phase of The New SLC is scheduled to be finished in 2024 and will include the east end of the two concourses.