Shoppers can buy goods that are made before their eyes in an innovative new retail concept at Industry City, the sprawling 6 million-sq.-ft. mixed-use complex in Brooklyn, New York.
As a group, retail real estate developers pooh-pooh the notion of physical retail going downhill — except, now, for one.
As the grocery wars intensify, Walmart is not only focusing on online delivery but also is refreshing the look and feel of its in-store experience in produce.
David Yurman has opened an expansive jewelry boutique — and the only family-owned business — on one of Manhattan’s most luxurious blocks.
Another digitally native retailer has made the jump to brick-and-mortar.
Swarovski has brought its new retail format stateside.
There’s a new player dedicated to a very niche segment of the jewelry market: ear piercing.
It took nearly 75 years, but Tupperware has finally entered the brick-and-mortar space — if only temporarily.
Bloomingdale’s has officially opened the doors to its new location in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Outdoor Voices continues to expand in brick-and-mortar with the opening of its 10th store.
Starbucks Coffee Company is opening its largest location ever, a 35,000-sq.-ft. location in Chicago, on Friday.
Nike is taking its data-driven, small-store format to the next level.
KFC is piloting a new, tech-enhanced format.
Gap Inc. is looking to capitalize on the synergy of its brands.