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News and updates on new and existing retail center tenants.

Lord & Taylor store

Big changes due at Westfield Annapolis

Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield has announced the scheduling of major changes to be made at its Westfield Annapolis mall located between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. The long-vacated 110,000-sq.-ft.

wired store

First permanent Wired store debuts

A leading technology media brand has put down retail roots. 

MAcy's exterior

Macy’s is closing a store in its hometown.

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

Neighborhood Goods Chelsea Market interior

Neighborhood Goods has brought its department store of the future model to the Big Apple. The company opened its second location to date, a 4,500-sq.-ft.

Traditional tenants in retail centers once scoffed at having gyms in their midst for all the parking spaces they took up. No more.

Gap Inc. is looking to capitalize on the synergy of its brands.

Neighborhood Goods

Neighborhood Goods is bringing its department store of the future format to the Big Apple.

A rendering of the Fenton mixed-use project in Cary, N.C.

Hines and Columbia Development have announced several new tenant signings at Fenton, their 69-acre mixed-use project rising up on the outskirts of Raleigh, N.C.

The Shops & Restaurants at New York City's Hudson Yards has added new brands to its one mile of shopping space.

uptown Boca Raton

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.

Since opening in 2011, Ridge Hill in Yonkers has been the center of activity in New York’s fourth largest city, and it is now expanding its offerings with five new tenants.

Watch Row at Westfield's World Trade Center mall

More watchmakers are bypassing third-party retail shops that sell multiple brands and setting up their own stores.

Rebag storefront

Resale is booming and Rebag is capitalizing on it.

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