Anthropologie’s First Home Outlet Store Debuts in Pittsburgh
The offshoot of the luxury home and retail store carries everything from lighting to wall art to furniture at 40 percent off the original retail prices.
Anthropologie, the popular retail and lifestyle brand, has opened a new home outlet store — and the only place you can find it is Pittsburgh.
Open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., the spacious outlet, the first of its kind in the nation, debuted Oct. 18 at the former Pat Catan’s store at the Mt. Nebo Pointe shopping center in Ohio Township.
The 40,000 square-foot space features everything from lighting to wall art to furniture at 40 percent off the original retail prices. It also houses discontinued pieces, photo shoot samples and floor models.
“The assortment is ever-changing thanks to the arrival of new merchandise on an ongoing basis,” says Grace Farley, a public relations assistant at Anthropologie.
Anthropologie, which operates more than 220 stores in North America and Europe, has a nearly decade long history in Pittsburgh, with locations at The Galleria in Mt. Lebanon and, more recently, at Bakery Square in East Liberty.
“The Anthropologie Home Outlet is a way for us to provide customers with an exciting new shopping experience,” says Farley. “[It is] an introduction to aspects of our home offering [that], until now, [were] only available online.”
Farley adds the brick-and-mortar outlet allows customers to see home items in person and interact with them in ways not possible in the past.
“Not only do [customers] get to touch, see and feel furniture and décor products in person, they’ll do so with the added benefit of prices they won’t find anywhere else,” she says.