News and analysis on retail related real estate, including deals, center development and tenant updates.
The United Colors of Benetton is making its first foray into the U.S. retail scene after more than a two-year absence.
The Shops & Restaurants at New York City's Hudson Yards has added new brands to its one mile of shopping space.
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.
Luxury handbag reseller Rebag is continuing an aggressive store expansion plan with its fourth location in California.
b8ta is expanding its retail business beyond electronics and tech devices.
The Jacksonville market is “on fire” according to JLL senior managing director Brad Peterson.
Staples store associates won’t have to rush their holiday meals this Thanksgiving.
As the retail real estate industry continues to adapt to online shopping, an equally growing reality is consumers’ desire for authentic, shared, and unique experiences that can’t happen at home.
Hamilton Beach Brands Holding Co. is winding down the retail operations of its specialty kitchenware subsidiary.
Pinstripes, a 30,000-sq.-ft. entertainment concept that offers bowling, bocce, and fine Italian dining in a spacious two-level environment has an important new investor.
Major League Baseball is throwing its hat in the retail arena, opening a one-stop shopping destination for baseball fans.
Hill City has popped up in its parents’ home town and is also expanding in other ways as it looks to start ramping up its growth.
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.
Nordstrom has unveiled the first of two East Coast store openings planned for this fall.
The maker of what it calls “the world’s most comfortable shoes” is ramping up its brick-and-mortar presence.
Amazon is opening its first fulfillment center in Idaho.
McAlister’s Deli will see franchise growth in Florida, Louisiana, and Texas.
More watchmakers are bypassing third-party retail shops that sell multiple brands and setting up their own stores.
Sometimes the best traffic-building event is one you can’t plan for.
Hudson Group will take over all Brookstone brand operations in U.S. airports.
Convenience store retailer Yesway is gaining more than 300 new stores in a single transaction.
The average retail occupancy rate of shopping centers in the Boca Raton submarket of Miami dropped to 89.3% in the last quarter, according to a new report.
Dick’s Sporting Goods’ decision to pull back on gun sales has turned into a boon for Sportsman’s Warehouse.
Von Maur is building on its presence in new markets.