The outlet wars are heating up with the announcment that Macy’s will debut its off-price concept in fall 2015, opening four test stores in metro New York City.
For generations, hair and beauty services were exclusively operated as “commission salons,” where owners collected a percentage of fees paid to stylists.
Trademark Property Co., the operating partner for Uptown Village at Cedar Hill, has announced a new name for the 610,000-sq.-ft. shopping center: Hillside Village.
Walmart Canada has reached agreements to acquire one distribution center, 12 store leases and one owned property formerly held by Target Canada, for an aggregate of approximately $165 million Canadian ($136.3 million).
Big Shopping Centers USA and Red Development have announced a joint venture partnership to maximize market presence and performance of select U.S. retail properties in the Midwest and West.
Hip online eyewear retailer Warby Parker continues its brick-and-mortar expansion.
H&M will open its largest store in the world, in Manhattan’s Herald Center, on May 20.
Gordon Brothers Group and Hilco Merchant Resources announced that they will begin going-out-of-business sales at Simply Fashion and Dots retail locations nationwide beginning May 7.
Whole Foods Market on Wednesday announced plans to debut a new store format targeted at millenials.
CVS Health officially announced it will rebuild its CVS/pharmacy Baltimore stores that sustained heavy fire damage during protests last week.