There was good news for retailers in the International Council of Shopping Centers’ annual BTS (Back-to-School) Consumer Spending Survey.
Whole Foods Market has received approval for the design of a planned 40,000-sq.-ft. store from the Planning and Design Review Board of the City of Miami Beach.
The Quebec City-based Simons department store chains is planning to extend its brand across Canada.
Macy’s is reducing its presence in Pittsburgh.
A three-level CityTarget store is a main feature of a new $315 million mixed-use development on Boylston Street in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston.
Fresh Thyme Farmers Market may have only been in business in three years, but it is thinking big.
The highly publicized mixed-use project Liberty Center, in Cincinnati, Ohio, has just announced its first slate of retail tenants.
The list of online retailers jumping into the offline space keeps getting longer. And this one has celebrity underpinnings.
Here are three reasons that brick-and-mortar stores are still a vital part of any retailer’s omnichannel strategy.
J.Crew Group, a company struggling to regain its mojo, is jumping into the value category.