STORE SPACES

Macy’s unveils new design for footwear department

BY CSA STAFF

New York– Macy’s has debuted a new environment for one of its signature businesses—women’s shoes—at its store in Oak Brook, Ill. The plan is for elements of the updated format to be implemented in additional locations going forward.

The revamp, designed by Charles Sparks + Company, Westchester, Ill., has a clean, modern look. It features “runway” fixtures, sweeping lines and monolithic linear shelving concepts. A semi-transparent screen-like segmentation of spaces allows trend statements to flow easily within the overall plan.

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REAL ESTATE

New restaurants open at Miramar Square

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Miramar, Fla. – Boca Raton, Fla.-based Woolbright Development announced that five new restaurants have opened over the last few months at Miramar Square in Miramar, Fla.

Miramar Square is a 240,000-sq.-ft. shopping center anchored by Kohl’s, Staples and Dollar General.

The new restaurant openings include Golden Krust Caribbean Grill, L&L Market Bistro/Elle’s, Smitty’s Grill, La Coriana and Giardinos Gourmet Salads.

Other eateries slated to open in the next months include Coldstone Creamery and Sir Pizza.

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Isabella to open new restaurant

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Washington, D.C. – Douglas Development announced that Mike Isabella, former executive chef at Mediterranean restaurant Zaytinya, and Bravo’s Top Chef contestant, has leased 5,000 sq. ft. in a three-level Douglas Development-owned property at 707 6th Street, NW, in Washington, D.C.

Isabella will open a two-level Italian-inspired restaurant, Graffiato, in spring 2011.

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