NEWTON, Mass. — Postponing opening new stores until 2005, Neiman Marcus Group instead plans to spend roughly $130 million remodeling two existing doors and turning its San Francisco store into a 250,000-square-foot flagship.

Asreported, the 60,000-square-foot addition will give the Bay Area, where the economy has been sputtering, the distinction of having the largest Neiman’s door.

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