City Creek: New store list

Published: Tuesday, Sept. 13 2011 5:25 p.m. MDT

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Boxes and bags of a certain, unmistakable blue are coming to Utah when Tiffany & Co., the world leader in luxury jewelry, opens its first store in the state at City Creek Center. Here customers will find an array of renowned Tiffany & Co. collections, including exquisite diamond engagement rings; new Elsa Peretti cabochon gemstone rings; the singular designs of Paloma Picasso, Jean Schlumberger and Frank Gehry; fashion jewelry and watches; and a sophisticated new collection of leather goods and elegant accessories, china and crystal gifts.
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Love Utah
Draper, UT

I'm very excited about City Creek. Having lived in London, UK and Seattle, WA, I've really missed having a high end mall here in SLC. Especially love the fact that Brooks Brothers and a dedicated Yankee Candle store are coming to town. It really will be a wonderful addition to a fantastic city and State. Seriously guys, this is turning out to be a wonderful place. We are very fortunate.

homeless
South Jordan, UT

Is it just me or is there a disconnect between LDS values and these stores. I understand the LDS church wants to keep downtown Salt Lake viable/relevant so it doesn't deteriorate like some other cities have, but it seems like the collection of stores they have attracted are ones that are ones that feed people's pride and make them seek after riches and costly apparel. All of a sudden this is starting to look like the great and spacious building that will be about the haves-ites who shop there and the have not-ites who are the homeless across the street begging by the temple.

jDC
los angeles, ca

I thoroughly enjoy several of these brands (and am shocked that this will be their first experience in Utah!) but am wondering what kind of ramifications there may be when the LDS Church is doing business with such symbols of vanity and materialism as BCBG MaxAzria, etc. Kind of a strange combo!

utopia381
Salt Lake City, UT

@homeless ... would you feel more comfortable if a DI was included in the plans?

TheRealU
HERRIMAN, UT

@Homeless....

You are right, there should only be Deseret Book, Deseret Industries, and Clean Flicks stores in City Creek.

As an non-member of the predominant church, I applaud their real estate arm for filling these spaces with stores that will appeal to everyone...not just strict LDS members.

My only hope is that they allow restaurants to serve wine and liquor -- otherwise they will not attract quality dining establishments.

Remember, athough there may be a lot of LDS members in the state of Utah, it does not mean that you should run this place as your own little utopia -- there are others here with different beliefs that have just as much a stake in this community as you.

Storry
WINSTON SALEM, NC

I am struggling with mixed messages. Does the church want us to spend our money on Coach handbags and Tiffany jewlrey while so many in our country are struggling?

PanicMan
Salt Lake City, UT

Dear Homeless, Think of all the construction workers, store employee's, designers, architect's, engineer's and countless others who will earn a paycheck from this project. Or would you rather have them make their living by "begging across the street". It seems that you would prefer homelessness to employment. Go OCCUPY a JOB!

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