Chestnut Hill Square Announces Opening Of The Shade Store

Customized Window Treatments for the Home Opens Friday, September 4, 2020

CHESTNUT HILL, MASSACHUSETTS (September 2020) - Chestnut Hill Square (ChestnutHillSquare.com) has announced the Friday, September 4, 2020 opening of The Shade Store, a leading resource for custom window treatments. The Chestnut Hill Square showroom is the third in the Greater Boston area and the sixth in Massachusetts. The store will be open to the public and by virtual appointments.

Carrying handcrafted items made in the USA since 1946, The Shade Store manages every detail of the custom window treatment process, from inspiration to installation. The showroom makes it easy for customers to shop with interactive design displays of Roller Shades, Solar Shades, Roman Shades and Drapery. Customers can also choose free swatches from exclusive designer collections such as Jonathan Adler, Nate Berkus, Echo, kate spade new york, Lily Pulitzer, Ralph Lauren and more, as well as explore special features like whisper-quiet motorization and UV-ray blocking Solar Shades.

“We are delighted to welcome The Shade Store to Chestnut Hill Square,” says Rebekah Macchia, Chestnut Hill Square Marketing Director. “The Shade Store is a wonderful resource for area homeowners and is a perfect complement to the home and lifestyle solutions offered at the center,” she adds.

The Shade Store
The Shade Store is a premium custom window treatment company with a rich heritage in luxury textiles and interior design. Its exclusive collection of more than 1,300 in-stock fabrics and materials provides customers with an unparalleled amount of style and customization options. Every window treatment is proudly handcrafted in the USA, hung and tested for quality assurance and ships free in 10 days or less. With 90+ showrooms nationwide, The Shade Store offers a complete range of in-person and virtual design services for consumers and design-trade clientele, including free swatch orders, complimentary professional window measurements and photo rendering. Additionally, the company is an advocate for environmental sustainability: For every purchase made, the company provides the ‘Gift of Shade’ by planting a tree in partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation. For more information about The Shade Store, please visit TheShadeStore.com.

Chestnut Hill Square
Chestnut Hill Square is an exciting lifestyle destination on Route 9 in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts that features such popular shops and restaurants as Massachusetts’ first Serena & Lily, The Shade Store, Anthropologie/BHLDN, Free People, Athleta, francesca’s and Paper Source, Seasons 52, The Capital Grille, sweetgreen, Oath Pizza and Starbucks. Wegmans and Wegmans Wine, Liquor & Beer provide customers with the area’s best grocery shopping, while Equinox, Precision Running Lab by Equinox, SoulCycle, drybar and Lunette Optic offer sought-after fitness and beauty options. Chestnut Hill Square’s Medical Office Building includes Beth Israel Deaconess HealthCare-Chestnut Hill and eight other medical offices. Chestnut Hill Square is a project of New England Development. For more information, visit ChestnutHillSquare.com.

New England Development
For over forty years, New England Development has taken a creative, entrepreneurial approach to real estate development and management - delivering and sustaining successful projects across a wide range of property types. These projects transform complex challenges into preferred locations, generate long-term value to communities, afford compelling opportunities for local and national businesses, and offer sought-after experiences to a wide range of consumers.

The company is acclaimed for creating some of the country's most widely-recognized and successful regional centers, as well as multifaceted developments that combine retail, residential, hotel, and office uses. Outlet centers, high-end and street-front retail, airport retail, golf courses, restaurants, and marinas round out New England Development's robust portfolio. For more information, visit NEDevelopment.com.