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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Butters » 05 Jun 2019 20:09

Based on vacant spaces my guess is Sandro to Elie Tahari and Maje to Swag

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 05 Jun 2019 21:33

Jasimm wrote:
Butters wrote:I hear Sandro and Maje are coming


Sandro and Maje are both hiring SA/Manager for new Northpark boutique openings according to their sites. I would expect official store opening announcements to come soon, now just to contemplate where they will open....

@R0170 No info on Joie did you hear something?


No, but that’s another I’d expect to enter the market soon.

I didn’t know Tahari closed their store!

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Jasimm » 05 Jun 2019 21:58

Butters wrote:Based on vacant spaces my guess is Sandro to Elie Tahari and Maje to Swag


Also possibly the current Stuart Weitzman once they move closer to Nordstrom.

@R0170 I didn't know either! News to me...

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Butters » 07 Jun 2019 11:08

I heard Eataly is taking the stuart Weitzman Space for a wine cheese bar plus escalator to level 2 of the main floor

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Jasimm » 14 Jun 2019 12:30

Butters wrote:I heard Eataly is taking the stuart Weitzman Space for a wine cheese bar plus escalator to level 2 of the main floor


The new maps reflect that Eataly is indeed taking the first floor previous Stuart Weitzman.

Versace is also moving I wonder if Eataly will be taking this space as well...

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 15 Jun 2019 19:16

Maje is in fact opening in the previous Swag space. The new Stuart Weitzman is very nice and ruti appears to be gone.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Butters » 16 Jun 2019 10:17

Sandro is taking Elie Tahari

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 21 Jun 2019 22:32

Montblanc is moving into the previous ruti space. This will open up that space for LV to expand their store to a global store.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 21 Jun 2019 22:33

The new Origins location is open and it’s a nice store.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Dallasretail » 22 Jun 2019 08:04

It seems like they would need the Blvgari space to truly expand. But maybe the plan is to keep the men’s store separate. They have begun opening men’s stand alone locations in other cities.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 22 Jun 2019 09:41

Yea, I imagine there would be an in store entrance and a storefront entrance for the men’s space.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Dallasretail » 22 Jun 2019 10:27

My AMEX offers when I log in are catered to my zip code (Al Biernats, Paul Martin, etc) and what is interesting is that Maje, Sandro and Joie all show up as of this week. Seems the Joie Dallas location is imminent.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Butters » 24 Jun 2019 14:39

Is joie even relevant anymore

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 24 Jun 2019 16:05

Butters wrote:Is joie even relevant anymore

lol...they have expanded recently.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 06 Jul 2019 08:19

Savannah Bee Company is opening in the space that Akola was in.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby emmasensei » 06 Jul 2019 11:16

Eh, I've been hitting Amex offers for years now and Sandro and Maje appeared on my cards when I lived in Boston and when I lived in rural Virginia. Some local offers certainly do appear on the cards (restaurants in particular, with increasing frequency/accuracy) but overall the Amex offer algorithm is pretty imprecise.

Also, yes Joie is relevant! I just bought a dress the other week.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Butters » 06 Jul 2019 20:28

Joie is as relevant as Draper James a Department store filler or dude. Btw
Your Amex paragraph made no sebse lol

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby emmasensei » 07 Jul 2019 09:08

"Joie is as relevant as Draper James a Department store filler or dude."

This sentence is too garbled to fully understand. It's missing a few commas and end punctuation. However, I think you're declaring yourself the arbiter of taste in luxury women's fashion. If so, well, then go off, dude. By all means, buy your dresses somewhere more relevant.

And what about my Amex paragraph didn't make "sebse"? Do you know what Amex Offers are? They're limited-time discounts which appear on certain varieties of Amex cards, for certain people, at certain times. Some of them are relatively universal; others are targeted--but targeted badly, since you can receive an in-store only offer at a store that has no physical presence in your city. Some examples are Joie, Sandro, Maje, Johnny Was, etc. I was targeted for these stores at a time in my life when I had no access to them. Now I live in Dallas, where many of them do have a physical presence. The Amex algorithm which determines who gets what offer is improving, but still imperfect. Thus, we cannot always assume a store like Joie is on the way in Dallas, just because it appears in Amex offers for Dallas residents.

That's what we were discussing. How about we keep the tone around here friendly and convivial, instead of knee-jerk dismissive and condescending? It's okay (and more effective) to ask for clarification when you don't understand something. lol, lol.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby eburress » 07 Jul 2019 14:11

emmasensei wrote:"Joie is as relevant as Draper James a Department store filler or dude."

This sentence is too garbled to fully understand. It's missing a few commas and end punctuation. However, I think you're declaring yourself the arbiter of taste in luxury women's fashion. If so, well, then go off, dude. By all means, buy your dresses somewhere more relevant.

And what about my Amex paragraph didn't make "sebse"? Do you know what Amex Offers are? They're limited-time discounts which appear on certain varieties of Amex cards, for certain people, at certain times. Some of them are relatively universal; others are targeted--but targeted badly, since you can receive an in-store only offer at a store that has no physical presence in your city. Some examples are Joie, Sandro, Maje, Johnny Was, etc. I was targeted for these stores at a time in my life when I had no access to them. Now I live in Dallas, where many of them do have a physical presence. The Amex algorithm which determines who gets what offer is improving, but still imperfect. Thus, we cannot always assume a store like Joie is on the way in Dallas, just because it appears in Amex offers for Dallas residents.

That's what we were discussing. How about we keep the tone around here friendly and convivial, instead of knee-jerk dismissive and condescending? It's okay (and more effective) to ask for clarification when you don't understand something. lol, lol.


Regardless how much sebse it made, Butters' post was "delightful." You can't put a price tag on irony like that. lol

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Jasimm » 08 Jul 2019 13:48

SAVANNAH BEE COMPANY - OPENING FALL 2019

"In 2002, founder Ted Dennard created Savannah Bee Company out of his passion for honeybees and desire to support beekeepers around the world. In addition to its original and most popular product, Tupelo Honey, Savannah Bee Company's expansive product offerings include specialty honeys and honeycomb, artisanal food and beverages, body care products featuring hive ingredients, and home goods. Outside of Savannah Bee’s main hive in Wilmington Island, Georgia, the company’s worker bees have spread their wings across the U.S. with 15 retail locations. Dennard also helped to launch The Bee Cause Project, a non-profit which has provided observation hives for 445 schools in 50 states and four countries around the world with the goal of educating the next generation about the importance of the honeybee population."


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