Nike isn’t letting the pandemic stop it from opening new store concepts.
Nike had added yet another store concept to its brick-and-mortar portfolio.
Walgreens is reportedly testing a smaller store concept that is focused on pharmacy.
Raley’s has opened a specialty format focused on organics, nutrition and education.
Starbucks Corp. will transform its U.S. stores — and shutter up to 400 locations — as it focuses on digital integration and convenience to meet “shifting customer behaviors.”
Starbucks Corp. is taking its store concept for the deaf and hard of hearing to Japan.
Amazon has secured naming rights to, and will help redevelop, downtown Seattle’s KeyArena, which will be transformed into the first net-zero carbon certified arena in the world.
Few brand new shopping destinations are debuting as the pandemic lingers, but a big grand opening is happening this week on the continent where COVID-19 started.
Raley’s keeps expanding its California footprint.
Raley’s has opened a new flagship location as the grocer continues to serve customers through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Target Corp. is exploring the future of online gaming and wants consumers to join in the fun.
The digitally native, eco-friendly footwear company that makes women’s shoes out of recycled and sustainable materials has touched down in New York City.
Bloomingdale’s has opened a location in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Westfield Valley Fair took the wraps off a dramatic, 500,000-ft.-ft. expansion that includes several unique offerings.