News and updates on development and redevelopment of new and existing retail centers.
Famous Footwear is opening a flagship in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.
Starbucks Coffee Company is opening its largest location ever, a 35,000-sq.-ft. location in Chicago, on Friday.
“This is pretty shocking,” announced the anchor on the local Eyewitness News broadcast in Connecticut recently.
New York City’s massive new retail center expects a new slate of upscale retail brands and innovative store experiences to attract “millions” of additional consumers.
Rebag continues to capitalize on the resale boom.
Nordstrom is betting big in one of its biggest markets, with the largest single-project investment in the brand’s storied history.
Sally Beauty Holdings Inc. is focusing on a broad-based operational upgrade in North Texas.
Consumers’ increasing focus on price and speed bodes well for two types of brick-and-mortar chains.
Traditional tenants in retail centers once scoffed at having gyms in their midst for all the parking spaces they took up. No more.
An off-price retailer expanded its banners across existing and new markets.
Major League Baseball is throwing its hat in the retail arena, opening a one-stop shopping destination for baseball fans.
Luxury handbag reseller Rebag is continuing an aggressive store expansion plan with its fourth location in California.
The maker of what it calls “the world’s most comfortable shoes” is ramping up its brick-and-mortar presence.
b8ta is expanding its retail business beyond electronics and tech devices.