Store Planning/Construction/Facilities

Mar 31, 2009
J.C. Penney has partnered with several major design schools to fashion its...
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Mar 26, 2009
Walgreens plans to participate in "Earth Hour" by turning off its signs in...
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Mar 25, 2009
As part of an ongoing commitment to reduce the emission of greenhouse...
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Mar 25, 2009
DRI Energy, provider of turnkey solar-installation services to commercial...
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Mar 09, 2009
The Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR program honored Food...
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Mar 09, 2009
Sears Holdings introduced a new online program Tuesday that will educate...
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Mar 08, 2009
Yum! Brands, parent of the Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, KFC, Long John Silver’s...
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Industry Viewpoints

Mitsubishi Electric’s VRF Zoning Systems

Simplifying Architectural Design, Redefining Comfort and Efficiency

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning technology is transforming the way commercial buildings are cooled and heated. This smart, energy-efficient, and fully customizable HVAC technology not only provides comfortable air to occupants, but also opens design possibilities for architects and maximizes profitability for building owners. Mitsubishi Electric is leading the HVAC industry with its advanced VRF zoning solutions as America’s #1 selling brand in this market.
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Store of the Week

Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, Mount Prospect, Ill.

There’s a new, farmers market-styled specialty grocer taking root in the Midwest: Fresh Thyme Farmers Market. More...

More Multimedia

Retail Store of the Year

Chain Store Age presents the winners of its 33rd annual Retail Store of the Year design competition in a slideshow format. See slideshows and credits

StoreSpaces Newsletter—Top Story


Franklin Mills changes name to Philadelphia Mills as part of major overhaul
he Mills announced plans for a multimillion dollar renovation of Franklin Mills, the largest outlet and value retail shopping destination in the Philadelphia region. The redevelopment will transform the center into a completely new shopping experience, and the name of the property has been changed to Philadelphia Mills to herald the transformation.
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