News and analysis on new brick-and-mortar concepts, store design, construction and facilities management.
L Brands has big plans for its growing Bath & Body Works business.
The year 2019 was another record-breaking year for Federal ADA Title III lawsuits.
7-Eleven is moving forward with its “evolution’ store format.
Nordstrom’s newest partner is a museum devoted to the history of beauty and its impact on society.
Amazon has expanded its checkout-free, convenience store-styled Amazon Go format to the grocery space.
Amazon's surprise opening of Amazon Go Grocery, an urban grocery store modeled on Amazon Go, drew lots of industry attention.
Dining out is an essential part of the lifestyle of nearly 50% of adults.
Things are getting back to normal for Starbucks in China.
PacSun is going bicoastal.
A new bill in California is putting gender neutrality in the spotlight.
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Bob’s Discount Furniture is having a busy February.
Amazon’s new grocery store format will reportedly include advanced technology to streamline in-store fulfillment of online orders.
Gap Inc. wants its customers to clean out their closets.
Hy-Vee Inc. will soon begin renovations on four QT convenience stores it has purchased in the Des Moines, Iowa, metro area.
A company that describes itself as the U.K.’s fastest-growing bricks-and-mortar retailer is expanding to the U.S. market.
Happy Socks has landed in Manhattan’s Union Square.
Natural Life is looking to roll out its unusual store concept.
Walgreens Boots Alliances is putting the spotlight on its global sustainability initiatives including progress in energy efficiency.
At Home Group Inc. is keeping itself busy in February.
Rodd & Gunn has its sights set on expanding in the U.S.
A fast-growing activewear retailer with a celebrity connection is applying lessons learned as a pure-play e-commerce operation to its brick-and-mortar experience.
Elysium Health is making the leap to brick-and-mortar.
Topgolf keeps changing its game.
Under Armour swung to a loss in its fourth quarter and warned that it expects first-quarter sales declines of $50 million to $60 million, mostly due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in China.
Showfields is dropping anchor in Miami.