Footwear News’ 2016 Retailer of the Year is rumored to take over a Lafayette Street space a block away from its current Broadway door.
The world’s largest retailer has pledged to purchase $250 billion in products that support the creation of American jobs.
After hitting a 16-year high in March, consumer confidence took a slight dip this month.
“We take these difficult decisions very seriously, but believe they are absolutely necessary,” said J.Crew chairman and CEO Millard Drexler.
The September.com even counts the prime minister’s wife, Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau, as a customer.
The biggest hurdle in creating a thriving marriage between real estate, retail and technology is that each component moves at its own pace.
As the 21-year-old label goes on the selling block again, a look back at its four previous blockbuster deals.
The British footwear and accessories brand said it’s exploring various options.