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News and analysis on retail brick-and-mortar store design, construction and expansion.

The Beatles are popping-up with a store in New York

The Beatles are getting on board the pop-up shop express.  

Top elements influencing store design in the next decade

Retailers are designing the next generation of brick-and-mortar experiences — concepts intended to strengthen shopper relationships and drive repeat visits.

Boot Barn sees plenty of room to grow its store count. 

Hudson next-gen store concept

Hudson has revamped its retail format.

Anchor Shops

A new startup wants to make it easy for digitally native brands to enter the physical space by significantly lowering the costs associated with customer acquisition, leasing and operating stores, shipping product and handling returns.

Lord & Taylor is popping up in Manhattan for the holidays.

Tropical Smoothie Café

Tropical Smoothie Café has its sights set on Colorado.

As a group, retail real estate developers pooh-pooh the notion of physical retail going downhill — except, now, for one.

As the grocery wars intensify, Walmart is not only focusing on online delivery but also is refreshing the look and feel of its in-store experience in produce.

H-E-B is expanding its presence in one of the fastest-growing markets in Texas.

Target Times Square

Target Corp. is extending its presence in the Big Apple.

Canada Goose has taken experiential retailing to new heights.

Yankee Candle storefront

The Yankee Candle Company wants to be known as a leader in home fragrance, not just a candle company. The iconic candle brand debuted a new store concept at Natick Mall, Natick, Mass., that features an untraditional merchandising strategy and an upgraded personalization station that allows custo

Citi Trends

Citi Trends is accelerating its move away from apparel. And it’s still looking for a CEO.

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