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Volcom, Pandora, Lovisa & more opening at Boise Towne Square (plus an In-N-Out update)


A raft of new stores is set to open at Boise Towne Square in the coming months, in the ramp up to the holiday season.

Here’s what’s planned, according to permit records:

  • Lifestyle brand Volcom is also set to open its first Idaho store at the mall. The brand, which centers around skateboarding, snowboarding, and surfing, sells a line of apparel and accessories for men, women and kids. The Boise Towne Square Volcom is slated for the temporary home of Leggings Park on the lower level near Banana Republic.

  • Pandora will return to the mall. The maker of customizable charm bracelets used to operate on the lower floor of the mall, before shutting down the store. Now, the chain has filed to open a new location in the old Bare Minerals spot next to the Apple Store.

  • “On trend” jewelry company Lovisa will open its first Idaho store at the mall. The company has locations coast to coast, with many offering ear and nose piercing in-store. Lovisa says it is aimed at affordable jewelry styles, including necklaces, rings, bracelets, and body jewelry. Permits show the store opening across from Yankee Candle next to J. Jill on the lower level.

  • Leggings Park vacated its temporary space to make way for Volcom, and is set to reopen where Bohme Boutique used to be, near Macy’s.

  • Boise Barter Market plans to relocate to the former Shoe Show/Payless location near the food court. BBM’s current store location in the mall features sales and resale of streetwear and related gear.

  • Clothing retailer Maurices is rolling out a brand for “tween girls” it calls Evsie. Permits indicate it will remodel space in the mall for the new line.

Mall updates

Elevation for In-N-Out at Boise Towne Square.
  • In April, we told you about In-N-Out’s plan to build a location at Boise Towne Square, on the site of the former Pier 1 Imports. The project will need a conditional use permit from the City of Boise to open, and a hearing on that is set for September 12th. The California burger chain has also requested a variance from city code related to parking setbacks. In-N-Out told the city that once it has approval and starts work on the project, construction will take about six months to complete.

Don Day - BoiseDev Editor & Founder
Don Day - BoiseDev Editor & Founder
Don is the founder and publisher of BoiseDev. He is a National Edward R. Murrow Award winner and a Stanford University John S. Knight Fellow. Contact him at [email protected].

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