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.
J.C. Penney wants to make its stores more fun and easier to shop.
Macy’s is celebrating the holidays — with a little help from a cereal giant — in its latest experiential store concept.
Nordstrom is betting big in one of its biggest markets, with the largest single-project investment in the brand’s storied history.
Adore Me has gone big in Tennessee.
The United Colors of Benetton is making its first foray into the U.S. retail scene after more than a two-year absence.
America’s oldest luxury leather goods brand has returned to the U.S. retail scene.
Upscale handbag and accessories company Mark Cross has opened its first retail location since the 1990s, on Madison Avenue in New York City.
Adidas has opened a store that combines an array of digital innovations with a strong emphasis on service and brand immersion.
The Honey Baked Ham Company is giving its stores a makeover.
H&M’s new flagship in Berlin offers more than clothes.
REI Co-op is going big on experiences and rentals.
The Vitamin Shoppe is integrating technology with customer-friendly store design.
Rebag continues to capitalize on the resale boom.