Five new retailers are coming to Newbury Street

Photo taken from the Shake Shack’s website.
Photo taken from the Shake Shack’s website.

The Newbury Collection, a stretch of boutiques, spas, and restaurants that run along nearly the full length of Boston’s fashionable Newbury Street, has signed leases with five new tenants, including Drybar, a now-open blow-dry bar, and a burger joint called Shake Shake that is expected to open in September, said Jamestown, the real estate firm that owns the portfolio.

Photo taken from the Newbury Collection website. The pedestrian is deliberately blurred for artistic reasons.

Other new tenants include the now-open Bluemercury, which sells luxury beauty products; the now-openMakerBot, a printing company that can generate 3D creations; and Claire’s, a boutique known for fashionable jewelry and accessories for young women, teens, tweens, and kids.

Jamestown said it has invested about $4.8 million in new development and ongoing projects on Newbury Street. Its Newbury Collection is made up of 28 mixed-use properties that collectively encompass nearly 130,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. The properties also include office and residential space.

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Existing retail tenants include Alex & Ani, Forty Seven, the Blues Jean Bar, and No Rest for Bridget.