REAL ESTATE

Lineup of 20 new-to-market retailers to debut at City Creek Center

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Salt Lake City — Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based shopping center owner Taubman Centers announced Tuesday the first 20 retailers – all new to the market and most new to Utah – coming to City Creek Center, the 700,000-sq.-ft. retail component of mixed-used development City Creek in downtown Salt Lake City.

Along with anchors Macy’s and Nordstrom, the shopping center will feature approximately 80 stores and restaurants, including many nationally recognized names making their Utah debut, such as Coach, Brooks Brothers and Tiffany & Co. Also making market debuts will be 77kids by american eagle, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Bose, Australian brand Cotton On, The Limited,L’Occitane, Love Culture, Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, Michael Kors, N3L Optics, Pandora, Papyrus, tech retailer Porsche Design, Swarovski, Texas de Brazil Churrascaria, Tumi and Yankee Candle Co.

City Creek Center opens March 22, 2012, and features a unique shopping environment with a retractable roof, a creek winding through the property, a pedestrian skybridge and more.

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BJ’s opens new wholesale club in Massachusetts

BY Staff Writer

Northborough, Mass. — BJ’s Wholesale Club said Tuesday it has opened its newest Massachusetts Club location at Northborough Crossing 6102 Shops Way in Northborough, Mass.

The 120,000-sq-ft. store replaces a 23-year-old BJ’s Wholesale Club nearby and adds services such as a gas station, full-service delicatessen, enhanced tire center and integrated liquor shop.

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Denny’s licenses APT test-and-learn management system

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Washington, D.C. — Applied Predictive Technologies said Tuesday that family restaurant chain Denny’s Corp. has licensed APT’s Test & Learn Management System.

Denny’s will use APT’s solution to test strategic and tactical initiatives across its 1,670 restaurants.

“APT’s solution enables us to rapidly innovate by more accurately predicting the impact of new ideas,” said Frances Allen, CMO, Denny’s. “This solution better equips us to bring winning ideas to our franchisees and successfully maximize visits, profits and guest satisfaction.”

Test & Learn is a fact-based solution designed to choose, target and tailor strategic and tactical actions for maximum impact and profitability.

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