Randy Cooper’s Fine Jewelry, College Hill Cleaners open in new Bradley Fair stores

WICHITA — Two of Bradley Fair’s original tenants, Randy Cooper’s Fine Jewelry and College Hill Cleaners, are now open in their new homes at the east-side development.

They moved to make room for Loft, formerly known as Ann Taylor Loft, which is now under construction.

When the jewelry store and cleaners opened at Bradley Fair in 1990, they were in the original 28,000-square-foot building there. Now, the development has a large mix of local and national tenants in 280,000 square feet.

College Hill Cleaners owner Fred Ortiz says his new store, which is between Il Vicino Wood Oven Pizza and Sami Halaseh Salon, is “absolutely beautiful.”

He says its granite counters, tile floors and 24-hour drop box make it his best store yet.

“Without a doubt.”

Randy Cooper’s is now in a larger space next to Amy’s Hallmark, which also is remodeling and expanding.

“We think the new location is great,” says Matt Marble, a manager at Randy Cooper’s.

“It’s a lot easier to get to because we’re right off the parkway.”

He says parking is easy right next to the door as well.

The store has new, custom display cases. Marble says there will be a new Rolex boutique coming to the store in October.

“That’ll be really special … because there’s nothing like that around here.” Marble says Randy Cooper’s is the only Rolex dealer in Wichita.

Look for Loft, a women’s clothing store that is something of a hipper younger sister to Ann Taylor, to open in October.