Two more tenants have been named for Lee’s Summit’s new open-air Summit Fair center.

I.O. Metro, eclectic imported furniture and accessories, is set to open this fall. Based in Bentonville, Ark., I.O. Metro has 14 locations across the Midwest.

Gennaio Boutique, a locally owned store specializing in contemporary fashions for women, is scheduled to open Labor Day weekend. It also has a location in Raymore.

Summit Fair, at the southeast corner of Interstate 470 and U.S. 50, got off to a busy start over the weekend as shoppers checked out the new Macy’s and J.C. Penney stores.

Macy’s on Saturday held its charity day event, a preview sale that raises money for area charities and gives customers big discounts. Customers were especially lined up in the children’s department, housewares and lingerie. Draws for this location include Carol’s Daughter and Benefit Cosmetics with a “brow bar” in the cosmetics department, Tommy Hilfiger women’s wear sizing, and Greendog and First Impressions in infants.

The store officially opens Wednesday.

J.C. Penney, meanwhile, had a soft opening about a week ago, and its official opening was Friday.

The 500,000-square-foot Summit Fair is a joint venture of RED Development and CBL & Associates Properties Inc. Tenants will include home furnishings stores, men’s and women’s fashion, restaurants and specialty retailers.

Ernesto Peralta, partner in Circle Restaurant Group, owner of Blanc Burgers + Bottles, plans to open B:2 A Burger Boutique there by November.

Located off Interstate 470 and U.S. 50, Summit Fair is just east of RED Development’s SummitWoods Crossing, whose tenants include SuperTarget, Best Buy, Borders and Kohl’s.