As the initial results came in for this year’s back-to-school retail spending forecasts, the numbers were about where I thought they might be: down a couple of percentage points.
Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City, New York, has nabbed yet another online jewelry company looking to test brick-and-mortar.
The J.C. Penney Co. Inc. is in the green – green energy savings, that is.
In a first, West Elm, a Williams-Sonoma subsidiary, will make its products available outside of the brand’s own stores and website.
Pet Supplies Plus is looking to capitalize on the $58 billion pet industry.
Another iconic brand has opened its own freestanding store.
Washington, D.C., is best known as the nation’s capital – but it’s also a college town with more than 20 colleges and universities within the city limits alone.
Nine West Holdings Inc. is taking ownership of its Canadian brand assets, including 45 store leases.
It is no secret that there is a significant paradigm shift underway in the world of regional retail development.
The Green Bay Packers announced details for the master plan of the Titletown District, a destination area to be created immediately west of Lambeau Field Stadium in Green Bay, Wisconsin.