[Updated 11:16 a.m. with new information on the Sports Club/LA's opening.]
Have you been craving Pinkberry lately, but can't make the trip to Wellesley, Cambridge or Boston?
Well, pretty soon you can get your Pinkberry fix right here in Newton.
The popular frozen yogurt shop posted on Facebook Thursday that it will be opening its Chestnut Hill location in just one month.
WS Development, owners of The Street (formerly the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center), that replaced the former Macy's.
Pinkberry will be joined in the new building by the Sports Club/LA, Showcase Super Lux theatres, Bernard's restaurant, City Sports, Pottery Barn and lululemon, to name a few.
As for other openings at The Street, Sports Club/LA has said they are planning for a March 11 opening, City Sports is aiming for sometime in early March and Bernard's, which recently moved from the Mall at Chestnut Hill, is looking to open in late March.
The new Showcase Super Lux is estimating it will open sometime in late May, according to WS Development.
In addition to the new building on the Macy's site, and in its place, re-build a three-story, mixed-use structure that will include retail space, office space and potentially restaurant space. City Sports will relocate to the new building and Century Bank will be opening later this year at the Chestnut Hill Square development.