Several Disney Springs tenants have locked into spaces at the newly evolving marketplace that will boom with new retailers later this year.

More than 23 retailers have filed uniform commercial code financing statement forms with the state this month. These types of documents are filed to protect a secured party or creditor — Walt Disney World — and give them rights to certain assets if something happens to the debtor.

The companies include apparel, merchandise, and food and beverage stores, including Francesca’s, Luxury of Time by Diamonds International, M.A.C. Cosmetics, Volcom, Tommy Bahama, Lilly Pulitzer, Pandora, Lucky Brand, Vera Bradley, Under Armour, Zara, United World Soccer, Sephora, Alex and Ani, American Threads, Everything But Water, Sperry, Johnston & Murphy, Melissa Shoes, Na Hoku, Sprinkles, Uno de 50 and Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming: Florida Kitchen and Southern Shine restaurant.

Walt Disney World revealed the line-up of many new retailers coming to Disney Springs, and these documents shed some more light on the roster. Many of the new additions will begin opening this summer alongside the opening of the Town Center.

Here’s a quick look at the state document filed by Disney Springs’ future tenants.