Craig Semmelmeyer of Main Street Property Services, which owns both buildings, also announced that he is negotiating with a new tenant for another of his properties in Tully's Plaza, where Bibiane, a bakery, recently closed.
Lanvie Apparel has been designing and manufacturing its products for more than a decade. The retailer offers the contemporary woman the innovative concept of fashion that one finds in a boutique, but with the same high-quality apparel found in stylish department stores.
Its products include tops and blouses, dresses, jackets, coats, skirts, pants, handbags, shoes and women's accessories.
Laura Olson, executive director of the Pleasanton Downtown Association, said that Semmelmeyer, whose firm developed Tully's Plaza, is also in the process of negotiating a lease for a new restaurant for the vacant space in the restored building that now houses the newly-relocated Fleet Feet store.