Lumber Liquidators has raised its full year 2013 outlook. Based on year-to-date results and current trends, the company now expects net sales in the range of $994 million to $1 billion, up from a previous range of $985 million to $995 million, with the fourth quarter ranging from $252 million to $258 million.
Building #19, the New England closeout retailer, which recently shut its doors after declaring Chapter 11 bankruptcy, is planning to reopen at least a few stores as specialty closeout rug retailers under the banner of “The Rug Dept.”
Storefront, the online marketplace that connects artists, designers, and brands with retail space, has partnered with the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority to offer unique retail space for rent in the New York City Subway.
In a continued effort to return the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to its core mission, the Board of Commissioners today approved the sale of the agency’s remaining 50% joint venture in the World Trade Center retail project to the Westfield Group for $800 million.