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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Tucy » 04 Apr 2022 14:04

Addison wrote:
vman wrote:Very often on this forum (and most forums) someone will say, "I heard", "my source" or something similar.


The poster in question didn't say that though.

If anything, they doubled down on their implication that their information was factual by claiming it was based on some announcement(s) they saw but haven't shared with the rest of us reading their post(s).

In any event, I'm not trying to derail the topic over this. Personally, I just think it would be nice if they did share their source(s). If they don't, that's fine too (I will then know to read their future posts with skepticism).


Quite right, and note that earlier in this thread the same poster told us that Louis Vuitton would be opening a 'flagship' at Northpark. A year and a half after opening that new Northpark store, Louis Vuitton still hasn't included it in their list of flagship locations. Skepticism is in order.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 06 Apr 2022 18:04

Scanlan Theodore is opening at NorthPark later this Spring: https://www.scanlantheodore.com/

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 20 Apr 2022 19:57

R1070 wrote:Scanlan Theodore is opening at NorthPark later this Spring: https://www.scanlantheodore.com/


This store is going in next to Ann Taylor where Eileen Fisher just moved from.

The Previous Burberry space appears to have absorbed the previous Panerai space and some of the space next to it. I wonder what the plan is for that space. The only larger "luxury" store I can think of would be COS, but I haven't heard anything.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 21 Apr 2022 14:05

The old Microsoft space seems to be split into two smaller spaces according to the online map as well.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 26 Apr 2022 20:12

Vuori will be taking over one of the spaces Microsoft was split into

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 28 Apr 2022 13:17

CAVA will open in the food court space vacated by the previous Pho restaurant next to Snappy Salads.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Kelley USA » 03 May 2022 13:40

Restaurant JOEY is coming to Northpark- taking 12K sf. Build out is $8 million- GEEZ!

https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/ ... 2022018081

https://joeyrestaurants.com/

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Tucy » 03 May 2022 14:36

Kelley USA wrote:Restaurant JOEY is coming to Northpark- taking 12K sf. Build out is $8 million- GEEZ!

https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/ ... 2022018081

https://joeyrestaurants.com/


hmmm... replacing Seasons 52?

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 03 May 2022 23:49

Don’t they still have the Theodore space to fill after over two years? And the old La Duni space? Why would they replace Seasons 52? NorthPark is lacking in the sit down restaurant space already, considering the rest of the restaurants are basic mall restaurants. I mean, right behind Burberry is a PF Changs, which has many locations throughout the metroplex and across the country and probably should not be on that side of the mall. If I wanted PF Changs, there’s like, three other locations that are closer to me than the NorthPark one. Seasons 52 is probably the most exclusive restaurant in all of NorthPark and it’s not even that exclusive.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 04 May 2022 00:04

Has anyone noticed that there’s like, a big string of empty spaces by Macy’s on the second floor? What’s the possibility that they’re all going to be combined together into one big one?

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Tucy » 04 May 2022 10:29

Proquest20 wrote:Don’t they still have the Theodore space to fill after over two years? And the old La Duni space? Why would they replace Seasons 52? NorthPark is lacking in the sit down restaurant space already, considering the rest of the restaurants are basic mall restaurants. I mean, right behind Burberry is a PF Changs, which has many locations throughout the metroplex and across the country and probably should not be on that side of the mall. If I wanted PF Changs, there’s like, three other locations that are closer to me than the NorthPark one. Seasons 52 is probably the most exclusive restaurant in all of NorthPark and it’s not even that exclusive.


I only asked because the address referenced (#307) seems to match that of Seasons 52 and its predecessor in that space, McCormick & Schmick's.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 05 May 2022 19:15

Tucy wrote:
Proquest20 wrote:Don’t they still have the Theodore space to fill after over two years? And the old La Duni space? Why would they replace Seasons 52? NorthPark is lacking in the sit down restaurant space already, considering the rest of the restaurants are basic mall restaurants. I mean, right behind Burberry is a PF Changs, which has many locations throughout the metroplex and across the country and probably should not be on that side of the mall. If I wanted PF Changs, there’s like, three other locations that are closer to me than the NorthPark one. Seasons 52 is probably the most exclusive restaurant in all of NorthPark and it’s not even that exclusive.


I only asked because the address referenced (#307) seems to match that of Seasons 52 and its predecessor in that space, McCormick & Schmick's.

If that’s the case, they better be moving Seasons 52 to behind Swarovski, across from Kona Grill.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 07 May 2022 18:18

Another athleisure brand, alo is opening at NorthPark in the spot that was recently vacated by Gregory's.

https://www.aloyoga.com/

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby acclar11 » 08 May 2022 08:37

R1070 wrote:Another athleisure brand, alo is opening at NorthPark in the spot that was recently vacated by Gregory's.

https://www.aloyoga.com/

Alo has been expanding a ton in the past year or so. They're also opening one in Austin.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 08 May 2022 21:53

Prada appears to be doing another large pop-up at Neimans. I wonder if this interest may lead to an actual store in the mall?

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 09 May 2022 20:56

The Camilla pop-up is no longer listed on the NorthPark website. I wonder how long the Sarah Flint pop-up will stick around?

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby acclar11 » 21 May 2022 12:16

R1070 wrote:The Camilla pop-up is no longer listed on the NorthPark website. I wonder how long the Sarah Flint pop-up will stick around?

Sarah Flint is moving upstairs to the spot in between Finish Line and Upwest. I don't know if this is just another pop-up or a permanent location.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Jasimm » 24 May 2022 18:39

Gucci will be taking the old Burberry and adjacent empty spaces. Relocation opening Winter 2022.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 24 May 2022 20:18

Jasimm wrote:Gucci will be taking the old Burberry and adjacent empty spaces. Relocation opening Winter 2022.


Wow... That was a little surprising, but Gucci is in a big expansion mode. I wonder what square footage that store will be.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 24 May 2022 20:48

It’s about time Gucci gets an upgrade considering their Houston store was updated years ago and they’ve kept the old design at NorthPark for way longer. Makes me wonder what’ll happen to their Galleria Dallas store.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 24 May 2022 21:18

Proquest20 wrote:It’s about time Gucci gets an upgrade considering their Houston store was updated years ago and they’ve kept the old design at NorthPark for way longer. Makes me wonder what’ll happen to their Galleria Dallas store.


In an article from when they opened the Legacy West store, the Gucci folks were quoted saying they wanted to keep three stores in the area. So, hopefully nothing happens to that store. It seems to get good traffic from what I've seen. I actually think a lot more stores would do well at the Galleria if they focused on more destination retail.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 25 May 2022 01:46

Yeah, I noticed that they’ve been expanding a lot with new stores opening in The Woodlands and San Antonio as well. I’ve been feeling like Gucci’s been going the direction of Coach, but it doesn’t seem like they’d downsize any time soon. Maybe that location will get a simple refresh in comparison to the NorthPark one, and I could even see them opening a fourth location in Fort Worth.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby acclar11 » 25 May 2022 03:05

Proquest20 wrote:Yeah, I noticed that they’ve been expanding a lot with new stores opening in The Woodlands and San Antonio as well. I’ve been feeling like Gucci’s been going the direction of Coach, but it doesn’t seem like they’d downsize any time soon. Maybe that location will get a simple refresh in comparison to the NorthPark one, and I could even see them opening a fourth location in Fort Worth.

According to Clearfork’s lease plan- Gucci is opening at Clearfork. They’re combining the former Ylang23 and the former future CH Carolina Herrera (who backed out in like late 2020).

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 25 May 2022 13:14

I expected that. That would make them have the same amount of locations in the area as Louis Vuitton, which kept their Galleria store open even after the NorthPark expansion and the Legacy West store opening. Still makes me feel like these brands are losing their value, but good for them.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Addison » 26 May 2022 15:25

Proquest20 wrote:I expected that. That would make them have the same amount of locations in the area as Louis Vuitton, which kept their Galleria store open even after the NorthPark expansion and the Legacy West store opening. Still makes me feel like these brands are losing their value, but good for them.


Don't forget Tiffany & Co.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Addison » 26 May 2022 15:28

As far as Gucci, the biggest shock to me is them planning to open a location in Detroit *PROPER* (there's already one in Troy at Somerset Collection).

That said, Dallas along with Miami are pretty unique in terms of being the only metros with 3-4+ Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and Gucci stores. Every other major metro (excluding the NYC, LA and Chicago) has fewer stores, most of them only 1 or 2 max.
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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Tucy » 26 May 2022 23:30

Addison wrote:
That said, Dallas along with Miami are pretty unique in terms of being the only metros with 3-4+ Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and Gucci stores. Every other major metro (including the NYC, LA and Chicago) have only 1 or 2 max


Sorry, but that is just not accurate.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Addison » 26 May 2022 23:52

Tucy wrote:
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That said, Dallas along with Miami are pretty unique in terms of being the only metros with 3-4+ Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and Gucci stores. Every other major metro (including the NYC, LA and Chicago) have only 1 or 2 max


Sorry, but that is just not accurate.


I concede that including NYC, LA and Chicago in my post was inaccurate.

That being said, outside the top 3, there is no other major metro that has as many LV, Gucci and Tiffany stores as Dallas and Miami. Given these tend to be exclusive brands that are very picky about where they open stores (and how many stores they open), I personally think that's impressive.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 27 May 2022 00:35

It amazes me that DFW can sustain four Gucci, LV, and Tiffany locations despite not being a major shopping city. At least Miami has a good amount of tourism going for them, but Dallas still has yet to get a Prada store, and Armani left the market years ago. Is the demand really that high, and has the market really changed that much since Armani left?

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 27 May 2022 09:59

Armani was an interesting one...they've definitely downsized their footprint in the U.S. and stated the proximity to the store within a store at Neiman's within eyeshot of their NP store was a reason for closing. I think at least an Emporio store would be a good fit here, but I don't know if there's still many of those around.

The Prada thing baffles me. It would obviously do well if it returned to the market after being gone roughly 30 years. It could go into the current Gucci space once it moves! :)

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Tucy » 27 May 2022 10:44

R1070 wrote:Armani was an interesting one...they've definitely downsized their footprint in the U.S. and stated the proximity to the store within a store at Neiman's within eyeshot of their NP store was a reason for closing. I think at least an Emporio store would be a good fit here, but I don't know if there's still many of those around.

The Prada thing baffles me. It would obviously do well if it returned to the market after being gone roughly 30 years. It could go into the current Gucci space once it moves! :)


I have yet to see any evidence that the alleged former Prada store is anything more than an urban legend. ;)

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Tucy » 27 May 2022 10:45

Addison wrote:
Tucy wrote:
Addison wrote:
That said, Dallas along with Miami are pretty unique in terms of being the only metros with 3-4+ Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and Gucci stores. Every other major metro (including the NYC, LA and Chicago) have only 1 or 2 max


Sorry, but that is just not accurate.


I concede that including NYC, LA and Chicago in my post was inaccurate.

That being said, outside the top 3, there is no other major metro that has as many LV, Gucci and Tiffany stores as Dallas and Miami. Given these tend to be exclusive brands that are very picky about where they open stores (and how many stores they open), I personally think that's impressive.


Pretty cool for DFW, but to be honest, it's right in line with being the 4th largest metropolitan area in the country.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby rono3849 » 27 May 2022 12:32

Why is NorthPark in this topic? This has nothing to do with Downtown Dallas. It's about retail stores, which come and go like the tide. Can't this be moved to another topic? Like Suburban?

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Addison » 27 May 2022 12:52

rono3849 wrote:Why is NorthPark in this topic? This has nothing to do with Downtown Dallas. It's about retail stores, which come and go like the tide. Can't this be moved to another topic? Like Suburban?


Did you post that in the wrong thread?

This thread is about NorthPark.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 27 May 2022 15:21

La La Land is opening at NorthPark. Construction should start next week. I believe this will be in the old Cinnabon spot next to Paciugo.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 27 May 2022 15:57

NorthPark definitely does not have a shortage in coffee shops, we got two Starbucks locations, the Nespresso store, the Nordstrom Ebar, the Eataly cafe, and now La La Land.
But I like their mission and I’m glad that they’re expanding to NorthPark!

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 27 May 2022 16:06

Proquest20 wrote:NorthPark definitely does not have a shortage in coffee shops, we got two Starbucks locations, the Nespresso store, the Nordstrom Ebar, the Eataly cafe, and now La La Land.
But I like their mission and I’m glad that they’re expanding to NorthPark!


Absolutely and with JOEY and CAVA also coming soon, they are getting some good options in there.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 27 May 2022 16:34

R1070 wrote:
Proquest20 wrote:NorthPark definitely does not have a shortage in coffee shops, we got two Starbucks locations, the Nespresso store, the Nordstrom Ebar, the Eataly cafe, and now La La Land.
But I like their mission and I’m glad that they’re expanding to NorthPark!


Absolutely and with JOEY and CAVA also coming soon, they are getting some good options in there.

NorthPark easily has the best food court out of any mall in DFW. In terms of sit down restaurants, I do think the mall is lacking a little bit considering the space behind Swarovski has been vacant for years, along with the space behind Zara, and that there’s a PF Chang’s right behind Burberry, which would probably be better off elsewhere in the mall.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby brielkate » 30 May 2022 02:21

Proquest20 wrote:
R1070 wrote:
Proquest20 wrote:NorthPark definitely does not have a shortage in coffee shops, we got two Starbucks locations, the Nespresso store, the Nordstrom Ebar, the Eataly cafe, and now La La Land.
But I like their mission and I’m glad that they’re expanding to NorthPark!


Absolutely and with JOEY and CAVA also coming soon, they are getting some good options in there.

NorthPark easily has the best food court out of any mall in DFW. In terms of sit down restaurants, I do think the mall is lacking a little bit considering the space behind Swarovski has been vacant for years, along with the space behind Zara, and that there’s a PF Chang’s right behind Burberry, which would probably be better off elsewhere in the mall.


I was just at NorthPark yesterday and I'd have to agree with you on the food court, including in terms of its aesthetics. I was about to say that it seems to be a fairly average-sized food court in terms of the number of options available, but after looking at it a little more deeply, the number of food court options seems comparable to other busy malls like Stonebriar or the Galleria. On the other hand, anything NorthPark does, they usually do well; quality over quantity is the name of the game here.

I haven't ate from anywhere in the NorthPark food court aside from The Juice Bar. I do find myself craving one of their Day Tripper smoothies whenever I'm in Dallas; if I'm not going to NorthPark I'll make a quick stop by their Highland Park Village location.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby mdg109 » 30 May 2022 12:48

Addison wrote:
rono3849 wrote:Why is NorthPark in this topic? This has nothing to do with Downtown Dallas. It's about retail stores, which come and go like the tide. Can't this be moved to another topic? Like Suburban?


Did you post that in the wrong thread?

This thread is about NorthPark.


haha, I've always thought the same thing. Why is North Park under "Urban Development"? I'm guessing it's bc we assume it'll eventually turn into a mixed-use development in about 100 years or so.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Addison » 30 May 2022 13:35

mdg109 wrote:
Addison wrote:
rono3849 wrote:Why is NorthPark in this topic? This has nothing to do with Downtown Dallas. It's about retail stores, which come and go like the tide. Can't this be moved to another topic? Like Suburban?


Did you post that in the wrong thread?

This thread is about NorthPark.


haha, I've always thought the same thing. Why is North Park under "Urban Development"? I'm guessing it's bc we assume it'll eventually turn into a mixed-use development in about 100 years or so.


Ah ok, I get the point now.

I think the "Urban Development" subforum is just a catch-all for everything in Dallas proper, separating it from stuff thst's happening in the suburbs.
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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 02 Jun 2022 11:36

What's going on with the H&M space? They are no longer listed as a tenant. Is Nike moving? Could Uniqlo be coming?

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 02 Jun 2022 14:13

Uniqlo was supposed to open at the Houston Galleria two years ago or so, but never opened for some reason. so, I’m not entirely sure that they’re interested in the Texas market.

H&M would definitely be a better fit at Park Lane or maybe even Downtown, so I hope it’s getting switched out for something more exclusive. Back in the day, when Forever 21 left NorthPark, there was discussion about a fast fashion tenant coming to Downtown Dallas, but that obviously never happened.

The H&M at NorthPark, historically, has always been the H&M in the area that carries designer collabs, such as the Moschino collab from a couple of years ago. If H&M were to relocate, then hopefully this continues elsewhere.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 02 Jun 2022 15:07

Wouldn’t it be cool if they convert the Macy’s into a Bloomingdales? Same company, but higher end and new to market, so I think it would be received pretty well.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby R1070 » 02 Jun 2022 15:32

I remember reading that Primark was looking at expanding in the U.S., that could be a possibility. It would make the most sense for Nike to make a move to go with the expansion of the luxury wing toward Dillard's. With that, I kind of expected to see movement with Nike, Lululemon and Parachute.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Addison » 02 Jun 2022 16:02

Proquest20 wrote:Wouldn’t it be cool if they convert the Macy’s into a Bloomingdales? Same company, but higher end and new to market, so I think it would be received pretty well.


I've been advocating hard either for that, or for Macy's to close the Northpark store (making the Galleria their flagship again) so that Saks can return.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 02 Jun 2022 16:15

R1070 wrote:I remember reading that Primark was looking at expanding in the U.S., that could be a possibility. It would make the most sense for Nike to make a move to go with the expansion of the luxury wing toward Dillard's. With that, I kind of expected to see movement with Nike, Lululemon and Parachute.


I like having Lululemon and Nike next door to each other, but with Burberry moving across the hall and Breitling opening next door, it will look strange considering those are not luxury brands and that they've expanded so much recently.

As for Primark, typically their stores are kind of like department stores in the way that they have exterior entrances. Also, the product seems to be at the same level as H&M, or maybe even a step down. I personally can seem them doing extremely well at Grapevine Mills or Park Lane.

Best case scenario in my opinion is that Nike takes the old H&M, Lululemon takes what's left of the old Express, and the current Nike/Lululemon stores get split into 3 luxury boutiques.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Cmacemm » 02 Jun 2022 16:22

Proquest20 wrote:
R1070 wrote:I remember reading that Primark was looking at expanding in the U.S., that could be a possibility. It would make the most sense for Nike to make a move to go with the expansion of the luxury wing toward Dillard's. With that, I kind of expected to see movement with Nike, Lululemon and Parachute.


I like having Lululemon and Nike next door to each other, but with Burberry moving across the hall and Breitling opening next door, it will look strange considering those are not luxury brands and that they've expanded so much recently.

As for Primark, typically their stores are kind of like department stores in the way that they have exterior entrances. Also, the product seems to be at the same level as H&M, or maybe even a step down. I personally can seem them doing extremely well at Grapevine Mills or Park Lane.

Best case scenario in my opinion is that Nike takes the old H&M, Lululemon takes what's left of the old Express, and the current Nike/Lululemon stores get split into 3 luxury boutiques.



I own some Primark and it's about as cheap as you can get hahaha. It is 100% a Grapevine Mills type of store. Their kids selection is great and it's a good place to get something to wear once and forget it ever exists

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby acclar11 » 02 Jun 2022 16:51

Is H&M actually closed, or did Northpark just make an error on the website? Official H&M website lists the location as still open. I'm actually supposed to head to the mall tomorrow morning, so I'll keep everyone posted.

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Re: Northpark Center

Postby Proquest20 » 02 Jun 2022 16:57

I get that it could’ve been removed from just the listing, but it was also removed from the map as well, which makes me a bit more skeptical. But yes, keep us posted.