News and updates on new and existing retail center tenants.
American Dream, the Ghermezian family’s New Jersey mega-mall, will open the retail wing of the 3-million-plus-sq.-ft. property on March 19, according to a report on CNBC.
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.
The Vitamin Shoppe is expanding into a new distribution channel.
Tilly’s has assumed the lease of a shuttered Payless Shoe Source at the Butler North section of the 267-acre mega-center operated by Butler Enterprises in Gainesville, Fla.
Macy’s is closing a store in its hometown.
Hamilton Quarter, a new project combining 250,000 sq. ft. of retail with 500,000 sq. ft. of medical and office space near the New Albany Business Park in Columbus, is welcoming a new raft of retailers.
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.
A leading technology media brand has put down retail roots.
The Beatles are getting on board the pop-up shop express.
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.
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.
Neighborhood Goods is bringing its department store of the future format to the Big Apple.