Hilldale announces new tenants that include coffee, music, exercise and teeth services
Hilldale Shopping Center has announced a wide range of new tenants including a locally-owned coffee shop that will bring live music to the property.
The new entries, which include the previously announced 15,300-square-foot L.L. Bean store next door to the Apple store, are scheduled to open by the end of June, according to officials.
Crescendo Espresso Bar, which has frequently appeared at the shopping center with its mobile cart, also is moving into Hilldale.
It also will mean a second location for Cait and Paul Sirianni, who in 2013 founded Crescendo Espresso Bar + Music Cafe, 1859 Monroe Street. The Hilldale location will feature live music one to three days a week and offer food and coffee products. Cait Sirianni is a DeForest High School graduate who has worked at Barriques and Pasqual’s. Their Monroe Street location is in what had been Gallup! Coffee & Bakehouse.
Other businesses scheduled to open at Hilldale include, CycleBar, which will be located across from the Great Dane Pub & Brewery. The indoor cycle studio will open in March and offer users “high-energy, full-body” 50-minute workouts in a theater-like space that can accommodate 50 bikes and a DJ booth. Next door to CycleBar will be Beam Orthodontics, a specialist boutique that uses Invisalign technology that creates nearly invisible aligners that fit over the teeth and can be adjusted on a regular basis.
Kendra Scott, a women’s boutique, will open its second location in Wisconsin next door to Macy’s while Solidcore, which specializes in high-intensity low-impact workouts, plans to open its first location in Wisconsin at Hilldale this spring. Founded in 2013 in Washington, D.C., there are now 29 studios across the country. The Hilldale studio will be across from Hilldale Barbers, on the shopping center’s lower level, which can be accessed near Metcalfe’s Market.