Store Planning/Construction/Facilities

Oct 25, 2011
Dick’s Sporting Goods announced it is opening five stores this week.
Pittsburgh -- Dick’s Sporting Goods announced it is opening five...
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Oct 24, 2011
For the second year in a row, Office Depot was recognized in Newsweek...
New York City -- For the second year in a row, Office Depot was recognized...
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Oct 21, 2011
Joe Fresh, the Canadian value-priced apparel brand, has opened its first...
Toronto -- Joe Fresh, the Canadian value-priced apparel brand, has opened...
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Oct 21, 2011
British fashion retailer L.K.Bennett, opened its third U.S. boutique, at...
New York City -- British fashion retailer L.K.Bennett, opened its third U....
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Oct 21, 2011
Boca Raton, Fla. -- Office Depot’s global headquarters in Boca Raton...
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Oct 21, 2011
Tiffany & Co. announced plans to open a store in Prague, marking the...
New York City -- Tiffany & Co. announced plans to open a store in...
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Oct 20, 2011
Redmond, Wash. -- PlayNetwork said Thursday it has completed the audio/...
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Store of the Week

Urban Outfitters, New York City

Urban Outfitters has gone big — really big — in New York City, opening a 57,000-sq.-ft. “lifestyle center” store in Manhattan’s Herald Square area. More...

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Industry Viewpoints

Retail Construction Evolved

By Jason Christoff, PE, LEED AP BD+C

The way business is executed within the retail construction industry may never be the same. The Great Recession is finally behind us, but it has changed how retailers deliver stores, as well as how architecture and engineering professionals design them. Read More.

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


Moody’s: Physical stores key to retailers’ online growth strategy
A physical store presence is key to most retailers for their online growth strategy, according to a new report by Moody’s Investor Services. Based on existing data, Moody’s estimate online sales as a percent of total retail sales are just 6% today, and will increase to 7.1% by 2016, and potentially reach a double-digit (mid-teens) share of the total retail sales pie in about five years.
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