NEW YORK — With the right location, a lot of space and a heavy load of merchandise, even a moderate-priced department store in a blue-collar market can generate some impressive numbers.
That’s the case at the relocated and expanded J.C. Penney in the Queens Center mall in Elmhurst, N.Y. The three-level, 200,000-square-foot store, with 157,000 square feet for selling, is poised to emerge as the chain’s top-volume unit, according to company officials.
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