Nebraska Furniture Mart (NFM) has opened the nation’s largest home furnishings store, in The Colony, Texas. Featuring 560,000 sq., ft. of selling space, the two-level space also has an on-site warehouse, giving it a combined footage of more than 1.8 million sq. ft.
Starbucks has unveiled its new “express” store format, just across from the New York Stock Exchange in downtown Manhattan. The 538-sq.-ft. space is one of the most streamlined in the company’s diverse portfolio.
Jins Eyewear, one of Japan’s largest eyewear brands, opened its first-ever U.S. store, in San Francisco's Union Square neighborhood.
Hip online eyewear retailer Warby Parker continues its brick-and-mortar expansion.
Frank & Oak, the online membership-based menswear retailer, is also expanding in the physical space, with both permanent locations and pop-ups.
River Island is putting a new spin on fashion retailing at its store in Birmingham’s Bullring Shopping Centre. The U.K. retailer’s space is based upon the concept of ‘The Event,’ and it’s meant to convey the essence of being at a fashion show or art exhibit, with all the flexibility and “wow” factors inherent in such happenings.
Executing the installation and managing the ongoing repairs and maintenance of the flooring asset is a challenge for everyone.
Boston Marathon RunBase has opened its doors, close to the finish line of the world-famous competition. The store offers an immersive retail experience that celebrates the race and offers premium Adidas footwear and seasonal and official marathon apparel and accessories.
Meet Mark Bischoff with Tarkett, as he discusses what it means to marry design and safety in a space as well as how Tarkett manages national and international rollouts.