cowboyeagle05 wrote:Can we pay them to close the Downtown store and they can move anywhere cause I am all for it at this point? That building is vastly dated and Neimans is still a dinosaur trying to figure out how to be a world fashion icon while being chained to Downtown Dallas(main street district) which is just one small neighborhood among hundreds in Dallas and has fewer fashion-oriented businesses than Knox or West Village. NorthPark and Highland Park Village are way better representations of fashion strength in Dallas. Let them go so Downtown can move forward.
Interesting idea. That makes a lot of sense. Unfortunately, it looks like City Hall is sticking with the fantasy that downtown can be a shopping destination again. We are now paying to keep this dinosaur in place until 2031.