Macy’s in burned Roseville mall to re-open Friday
Roseville, Calif. A late Monday report by the Sacramento Business Journal said that the Macy’s at the Westfield Galleria at Roseville will reopen for business on Friday. All departments except shoes and cosmetics are expected to open.
According to the report, Macy’s will be a freestanding store as the roof caved in over the area that connected Macy’s to the rest of the mall.
Macy’s said it expects to have its shoe and cosmetics departments operating by the end of November.
The mall was damaged over a week ago in an arson fire that resulted in at least $55 million in damages. It is not yet known when the mall will fully reopen.
North Face opens at Woodland Mall
Grand Rapids, Mich. Philadelphia-based Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust announced that The North Face opened at Woodland Mall, in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Oct. 29.
The 6,893-sq.-ft. store features both an interior and exterior entrance and is located across from Barnes & Noble in the Plaza wing.
Woodland Mall, owned and operated by PREIT, is anchored by J.C. Penney, Sears and Macy’s.
Legend Properties announces sales team additions
Lehigh Valley, Pa. Legend Properties announced that Hal Vasvari and Robert Winitsky have joined their team as sales associates.
Vasvari is previously COO of Federal Realty Investment Trust, president of Combined Properties as president and principal at Vasvari & Associates, a firm he founded in 2000. He will work from the company’s Lehigh Valley, Pa., office.
Winitsky previously served as VP for a local area development company and has held executive positions with both Toll Bros. and the Altman Cos. He will work from Legend’s Conshohocken, Pa., office.