Women’s clothing retailer Evereve joining St. Johns Town Center

The Minnesota-based chain will take the space Lululemon will leave as it moves to a larger store.

Evereve is a Minnesota-based women’s clothing retailer that has more than 100 stores. It plans to open a store in St. Johns Town Center.
Evereve is a Minnesota-based women’s clothing retailer that has more than 100 stores. It plans to open a store in St. Johns Town Center.
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St. Johns Town Center is gaining another new tenant in Jacksonville as women’s clothing retailer Evereve takes the space that Lululemon will vacate to move to a larger store nearby.

The city is reviewing a tenant build-out permit application for Evereve at 4812 River City Drive, No. 113.

No contractor is listed for the estimated $601,000 build-out of the 3,002-square-foot store. That cost will be finalized as the permit is reviewed and issued.

Evereve is a retailer based in Edina, Minnesota, that has more than 100 stores in more than 30 states. Its two Florida locations are in Naples and Winter Park.

An architect’s rendering of the front of Evereve in St. Johns Town Center.

It will replace women’s athletic wear store Lululemon, which will more than double in size when it moves into an almost 7,500-square-foot at 4791 River City Drive, No. 143.

Evereve will be between Kendra Scott and Talbots.

Evereve says that all of its clothing “is thoughtfully selected to complement women’s busy, multifaceted lifestyles, creating an inspiring edit of real trends for real life.”

It says it has weekly Evereve TV segments featuring its stylists; it has the Trendsend personalized subscription styling service; and offers daily fashion conversation on its social channel @evereveofficial.

Evereve is taking the space of Lululemon at St. John Town Center. Lululemon is moving to a larger space across the street.

“As we continue to open new stores in new states (30 and counting), our resolve to helping women look, and more importantly feel their best, keeps us moving forward,” says the Evereve.com site.

The architect is Verdant Studio of Rogers, Arkansas.

Plans indicate the interior will be fully remodeled. A separate permit will be needed for the exterior storefront signage.

Evereve carries women’s clothing, shoes and accessories.

“Today, EVEREVE delivers curated, contemporary women’s fashion through 100+ stores from coast to coast and a fast-growing ecommerce site making EVEREVE a destination for discovering exclusive, on-trend pieces from over 150+ incredible brands—including our own best-selling line,” says the site.

An architect’s rendering of the store entrance to Evereve in St. Johns Town Center.

It carries brands that include 7 For All Mankind, Birkenstock, Bombas, Dolce Vita, Free People, Kenneth Cole, Levi’s, Marc Fisher Ltd., New Balance, Norma Kamali, Rag & Bone, Sam Edelman, Teva and Vince Camuto.

Megan and Mike Tamte opened the first store in 2004 in Edina after Megan Tamte left a department store and launched Evereve “where women felt welcomed, seen and understood.”

Simon Property Group is the St. Johns Town Center landlord.

Megan and Mike Tamte opened the first Evereve store in 2004 in Edina, Minnesota. They posted this photo on social media to mark the company's 19th anniversary in November.

Simon.com says its has Evereve in six retail centers, but does not list St. Johns Town Center.

It describes it as:

“Evereve is an American fashion retailer offering designer brands curated for moms that balances casual style with cutting-edge trends and embraces a spirit of empowerment and playfulness. Trained stylists specialize in creating complete looks covering carpool duty, date night, work and weekend.”

The Evereve store in Riverton, Utah.



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