By  on June 4, 2008

In a year of cutting back on store openings, inventories and staff, there's one place where some retailers aren't scrimping: the flagship.

From Bloomingdale's 59th Street to Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy's Herald Square in Manhattan, retailers are pumping millions into their core stores to upgrade product presentations, reinvent key departments and capitalize on strong selling categories like accessories and shoes.

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