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Ask NOW: Will The Container Store be part of Mayfair Collection?

The Mayfair Collection is still a work in progress, and speculation continues throughout the community about what additional stores will be named as part of the shopping center.

The Mayfair Collection is still a work in progress, and speculation continues throughout the community about what additional stores will be named as part of the shopping center.

Nov. 25, 2013

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Will The Container Store be part of Mayfair Collection?

Issue: A reader wrote to say he heard a rumor that The Container Store will be part of The Mayfair Collection project on Burleigh Street just east of Highway 45. He wants to know why there has been no official announcement of the store's move to the site. "Any chance you could find out if it is indeed heading to Wauwatosa?" he asked.

Status: A call to the development company produced no confirmed positive news.

Brenton Schroeder, marketing director for developer HAS, said, "I will say that name (The Container Store) has been floated out there a number of times. So far, we have a number of tenants, but that is not one of them."

Schroeder said tenants scheduled to move to the center include previously reported Dick's Sporting Goods, Ulta, Nordstrom Rack, Sak's OFF 5th, Old Navy, Torrid and Carter's. He expects the stores to have soft openings in April, with a grand opening possible in May.

He also said the next set of store announcements may be made soon.

However, he would not confirm whether The Container Store will be part of that group.

"I can only report what I'm told is official," he said.

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