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LAHAINA, HI — The Outlets of Maui has undergone a $28-million redevelopment. The 10-building, 147,000-square-foot center received new storefronts, expanded walkway overhangs, outdoor seating areas, and significant improvements to common areas and site signage. It is located on 12 acres at 900 Front Street.

The outlet center is currently 91 percent leased to tenants like Michael Kors, Guess, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Coach, Izod, Lucky Brand, Brooks Brothers, Carter’s, Banana Republic, Gap, Adidas and Sketchers. It also includes restaurants like Hard Rock Café and Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Notable Hawaiian retailers, including Hilo Hattie, ABC Stores and Warren & Annabelle’s, also reside at the center.

Watt Advisors, the commercial investment arm of Watt Companies, joined with local development partners in April 2013 to convert the aging, traditional shopping center into Maui’s first outlet center.

The Outlets of Maui is one of only two outlet centers in Hawaii. Watt and its partners plan to add 50,000 square feet to the center by the end of next year.

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