The firm worked with Gensler to develop three concepts for the “gym of the future.”
The company’s goal is to open a dozen stores by 2025 in the six largest cities in China.
The American casual brand is looking to open 40 to 50 stores over five years, and grow sales to between $1.8 billion to $2 billion in the same period.
Liquidation sales are slated to begin Jan. 12.
At a quieter than normal ICSC New York Deal-Making, the focus was on how to reinvigorate the mall.
Shareholder activist Jonathan Litt wants HBC to sell off real estate assets.
Stephen Lebovitz, chief executive officer of CBL Properties, shares insights on the changes in the market.
Addie Lerner, principal at General Catalyst, explains new approaches for retailers.
Once Edit 151 wraps up its three-day run, The Cube and the lower-level concourse will be available for a full-time tenant.
The couple just found a buyer for their $4 million house.