CLOSTER, N.J., Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- EDENS, one of the nation's leading retail real estate owners and developers, is excited to announce new partners for Closter Plaza, a diverse, vibrant retail destination with a discerning mix of national retailers, local boutiques, specialty stores and restaurants. Anchored by the recently opened Whole Foods Market, Closter Plaza welcomes renowned national stores Target, HomeGoods and Petco, all slated to open in November. Coming to Closter in 2017 is The Bar Method, the sleek studio offering a high-energy, challenging barre workout. It will be joined by Orangetheory Fitness, a group personal training studio delivering high-intensity workouts, and CycleBar, which will unite riders of all ages and fitness levels by creating an unparalleled multisensory exercise journey. Together, these partners will transform Closter Plaza into the region's top fitness destination. Ruby & Jenna, a clothing and accessories boutique known for high-end, affordable fashions, will join Marcia's Attic, which offers a top-tier selection of contemporary designers, adding exciting new retail to the plaza. The mother-daughter team behind Indigo Chic brings their passion for fashion with a boutique centered around a commitment to quality, trendsetting goods. Lu Lu Belle, a children's store with clothing and accessories from infant to size 16 from top designers, rounds out Closter's new fashion retail. For the best in beauty, Closter Plaza has two exciting openings in the new year. bluemercury, the nation's largest and fastest-growing neighborhood shop for cosmetics and skincare, will bring a new level of luxury to the center along with Laveli Salon, a hair salon with a passion for people and exceptional customer service.