Englewood Construction announces two retail projects
Chicago — Englewood Construction has announced that its Retail Group has began an extensive, 31,621-sq.-ft. interior build out for Ross Dress for Less at the Ford City Mall, a 47-year-old mall in Chicago’s West Lawn neighborhood.
The work will consist of a reconfiguration of the mall’s floor plans, structure and roof. Englewood will be combining three current spaces into one large floor plate for Ross Dress for Less. Chicago-based Chadha & Associates will serve as the architect on the project.
Englewood Construction’s Retail Group also continues its international expansion with an interior build out for Motherhood Maternity, an affiliate of U.S.-based Destination Maternity, at the Yorkdale Shopping Center in Toronto, Canada.
This is a sign that the construction industry is booming despite of some decline. Regards, Laura
This is going to be a big construction for the company house. A big achievement for the the Chadha & Associates as well. A Good chance to prove their skills and other techniques.
Englewood Construction has always proved their capability to build massively huge buildings. Noe they have come across with new schemes that is to be looked forward to.
Stein Mart opening seven stores
Jacksonville, Fla. — Stein Mart is expanding with the opening of seven stores this fall. The new stores are located in Surprise, Ariz.; Katy, Texas; Tucson, Ariz.; and Charlottesville, Va. The McAllen, Texas; Biloxi, Miss.; and San Dimas, Calif., stores are a relocation of another area store to improve sites.
The four new and three relocated stores bring Stein Mart’s total store count to 263 at the end of this year.
“We are pleased to announce the expansion of our footprint in Charlottesville and these existing markets,” stated Jay Stein, chairman of Stein Mart. “Our core customers have embraced the Stein Mart concept and through this expansion we further solidify our position as a leading retailer offering brand name fashion at everyday low prices.”
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Eataly to open in Chicago
New York — Macerich announced that Eataly, the largest artisanal Italian food and wine emporium in the world, has reached an agreement to open its second U.S. location, at The Shops at North Bridge near Michigan Avenue in Chicago.
The new location, expected to open in September 2013, will be the concept’s largest, at 60,000 sq. ft. Eataly opened its first U.S. store, in Manhattan, in 2010.
Eataly is a collaboration among Joe Bastianich, Mario Batali, Lidia Bastianich and Oscar Farinetti, who founded Eataly in Turin, Italy, in 2007.
“This location will be a signature attraction for food-focused Chicago residents, as well as the city’s national and international visitors,” said Guy Mercurio, VP, Macerich’s National Restaurant Group.
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