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By Sam Spatter
Tuesday, April 9, 2013, 1:36 p.m.
 

Four stores, including Starbucks, are opening at Ross Park Mall, starting this month.

Joining Starbucks, which will open at the end of April, will be Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, which creates natural organic cosmetics, and Deer Creek Winery, featuring Pennsylvania wines. It will locate beside Macy's on the lower level.

This summer, Bachrach, a menswear boutique offering casual, office and formal wear, will open. Victoria Secret's Pink line, targeting ages 15 to 22, is expanding and relocating into a standalone store on the upper level. across from Nordstrom.

Two stores are currently receiving a makeover. Express, a young men and women's fashion retailer, is temporarily located on the upper level of the mall, while its lower-level store is expanded and remodeled. Victoria's Secret will join Express on the upper level while it receives a new look.

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