Englewood recently broke ground on a 55,000-sq.-ft. ground-up Hobby Lobby store in Beavercreek, Ohio, and recently finished two other projects.
Manhattanites will soon be able to pick up a chicken sandwich and waffle fries at the first Chick-fil-A in New York City.
American Dream has added more fire power to its retail lineup.
Teen apparel retailer Hollister will remove the steps from its store entrances following a six-year court battle.
Wawa managed to beat the clock in Philadelphia, opening a flagship location just in time for the Pope’s visit.
Smart & Final celebrated the one year anniversary of its public stock offering by telling investors a growth story about differentiation and new store expansion.
Savvy pure-play online retailers are adding to their virtual stake by experimenting with — and, in some cases, growing — an offline presence. Here is an update on retailers who have made the plunge:
The growth aspirations of Conn’s were revealed in the span of a few days recently when, with a new CEO at the helm, it entered the Georgia market and increased its presence in Colorado.
Levin Management announced that T.J.Maxx has joined St. Georges Crossing in Woodbridge, New Jersey.
Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of a 17,930-sq. ft. CVS Strip Center in Dallas, Georgia, for $4.2 million.