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Old 08-18-2015, 08:42 PM
 
Location: C.R. K-Tex
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I feel like we will see a Bloomingdales come to Texas soon, the outlets that opened in the DFW area were originally a "test" to the Texas market. Maybe a Bloomingdales in at the Houston Galleria after renovations? I do not really see it coming to Northpark in Dallas unless that Macy's leaves.
I could see the old Lord & Taylor space become a Bloomingdale's after extensive renovations. The restaurant section was a flop. Terrible low-end stores right next to exclusive restaurants. Not a good view to see on the way to eat! Perhaps those stores could move to the old Saks location and the wing before it.

Macy's and Bloomingdale's in a mall are combos. You don't usually have one or the other.

I visited SoCal again 2 months ago and went to as many Bloomingdale's as I could to see the changes since I last visited one 6 years ago. Hard to believe that L.A. has opened 2 new Bloomingdale's within the past year or two and yet we Texans have been yearning for one (in all of Texas or in each city) the whole time!
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Old 08-19-2015, 07:22 AM
 
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HPV had a grocery store? Lol. It will be interesting to see what moves they make to try and outdo ROD.

LOL, are you serious with this crap? No, it won't be interesting. HPV is not trying to compete with or "outdo" some concept neighborhood that barely exists. They are an established powerhouse and have been for nearly a century. HPV will be fine regardless of what was in that space and what will go into that space.
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Old 08-19-2015, 11:14 AM
 
Location: The Bayou City
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LOL, are you serious with this crap? No, it won't be interesting. HPV is not trying to compete with or "outdo" some concept neighborhood that barely exists. They are an established powerhouse and have been for nearly a century. HPV will be fine regardless of what was in that space and what will go into that space.
yes.. i am serious. it seems odd to me that a high end collection of retail would have a grocery store. what makes ROD a "concept neighborhood"? its already breaking $200/sq ft retail rents and attracting international retailers, and its not even opened yet.
im not saying HPV should be worried of ROD, just comparing the two shopping destinations since thats pretty much what this thread is all about.
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Old 08-19-2015, 11:57 AM
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Thanks to Jasonsim's list, I've deleted stores that are not Texas exclusives.

Exclusive Stores:

Dallas - 45
Houston - 27

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Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Dallas

Highland Park Village:
-Alexander McQueen
-Balenciaga
-Carolina Herrera
-Diane Von Furstenberg
-Dior Beauty-------------(Opening Summer/Fall 2015)
-Escada
-Five and Ten
-Frédéric Fekkai
-Hadleigh’s
-Harry Winston
-JamesPerse
-LAFCO New York
-Leggiadro
-Lela Rose
-Loro Piana
-Madison
-Rag & Bone
-Robert Talbott
-Scoop NYC

NorthPark Center:
-Agent Provocateur
-Eileen Fisher
-Elie Tahari
-Helen Ficalora
-Longchamp------------------(Opening Spring 2016)
-Mulberry
-Officine Panerai
-Ted Baker London

Galleria Dallas:
-Aftershock London
-Thomas Pink

Knox-Henderson/Routh St.:
-Forty Five Ten---------------(Moving Downtown Fall 2016)
-Kit + Ace
-Steven Alan

Snider Plaza:
-Warren Barron Bridal

Plaza at Preston Center:
-LUBLU Kira Plastinina
-Pockets Menswear
-YLang 23

Downtown Dallas/Uptown Dallas/West Village:
-Alton Lane
-Edo Popken
-Stanley Korshak
-Taschen
-TENOVERSIX
-The Office of Angela Scott
-TRAFFIC LA
-TRAFFICA DSQUARED2 Pop-Up
-V.O.D.



Stores looking to enter the Dallas area:
-(Rumored) Etro
-(Rumored) Fendi
-(Rumored) Marc Jacobs
-(Rumored) Perrin Paris
-(Rumored) Prada

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Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Houston:

The Galleria:
-Bally
-Celine-------------------------(Opening 2016)
-Christofle
-De Beers
-Fendi
-Giorgio Armani
-La Perla
-L.K. Bennett
-MaxMara
-MCM
-Miu Miu
-M Missoni
-Porsche Design
-Prada
-Rolex
-The Webster----------------(Opening Fall 2015)


Riveroaks District/West Ave.:
-Alice + Oliva-------------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-Chopard-----------------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-Diptyque--------------------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-Dolce & Gabbana----------------------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-Etro------------------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-John Lobb--------------------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-Kiton----------------------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-Moncler----------------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-Patek Philippe at deBoulle---------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-Van Cleef & Arpels-----------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)
-Vilebrequin-------------------(Coming Fall/Winter 2015)


Stores looking to enter the Houston area:
-(Rumored) Diane Von Furstenberg
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Old 08-20-2015, 09:02 PM
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Celine will call HPV home very soon.

Electrical, plumbing, and general remodel work are currently underway at 10 HPSV.
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Old 08-21-2015, 03:14 AM
 
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yes.. i am serious. it seems odd to me that a high end collection of retail would have a grocery store. what makes ROD a "concept neighborhood"? its already breaking $200/sq ft retail rents and attracting international retailers, and its not even opened yet.
im not saying HPV should be worried of ROD, just comparing the two shopping destinations since thats pretty much what this thread is all about.
What makes it a concept neighborhood is exactly that....it's not even open yet. You and nobody else has any idea what retailers will be successful, which will fail and move out in 6 months to a year, and so on. HPV has been an icon forever and is, for the most part, very stable.

And a grocery store was not really out of place in a shopping center that directly served the adjacent neighborhoods. It never took away from the high end boutiques that surrounded it.
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Old 08-24-2015, 09:01 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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Downtown Dallas is Finally Drawing Retailers | WWD


Céline confirmed to be opening shop in Dallas' Highland Park Village.

Neiman Marcus will have some company in downtown Dallas for the first time in years when the influential retailer Forty Five Ten next summer moves to a new 50,000-square-foot, four-story building on Elm Street opposite the Joule Hotel. Neiman’s has been the sole retailer in Dallas’ downtown core since 1989, when the only other notable store in the area, Sanger-Harris, closed.

Sources said that Neiman’s is preparing for the arrival of Forty Five Ten by updating several departments including shoes, handbags and cosmetics, but the company said it renovates most of its stores from time to time and it was simply the flagship’s turn.

“Neiman Marcus has been downtown since our innovative founders opened the doors in 1907,” said Karen Katz, president and chief executive officer of the Neiman Marcus Group. “We couldn’t be more proud to remain a cornerstone of the heart of Dallas.”

Besides, said a Neiman’s spokeswoman, “Downtown is far bigger than Forty Five Ten. We have new restaurants, new residential buildings, a major new hotel is being built, new art installations, etc.”

And with an estimated 500,000 square feet of space, including restaurant square footage coming online in the next few years, according to Downtown Dallas Inc., many more retailers will be opening flagships in the area.

Twelve new hotels are planned to accommodate the 24 million tourists who visit each year. The booming Dallas Arts District is getting a makeover that will better connect it with downtown. The Dallas Arts District has already selected finalists from among the architecture firms vying to update the plans.

“There’s good momentum in Dallas,” said Michael Townsend, president of Townsend & Associates Inc., a real estate investment firm. “It’s been a long time coming. You don’t want to be too soon or too late. It feels like we’re at the tipping point.” Townsend sees “aspirational and popular-priced retailers opening stores.”

A 50-story residential building at 1401 Elm Street called The Olympic is getting a $175 million facelift that will include 65,000 square feet of retail space at the base. Sources said H&M and Forever 21 are looking at the space. Uniqlo and Urban Outfitters are also in the market.

There’s also the Thanksgiving Tower at 1601 Elm Street, which will have stores with monumental glass facades at street level.

“I have some spaces on Main Street near the Joule Hotel and Forty Five Ten,” Maclaren said. “The developer purchased the buildings and will do office or residential with a two-level, 10,000-square-foot retail space at the base and another 5,000 square feet on two levels.”

The Statler Hilton Hotel, which was built in the Fifties and has been vacant for years, will be redone with apartments, hotel rooms and retail. A block away at 1907 Elm Street, the existing Corrigan Tower will become the Saint Elm Hotel with 150 hotel rooms and three retail/restaurant spaces.

Meanwhile, the Tower Petroleum building at 1909 Pacific Avenue will be converted to 258 residential units with 4,400-square-feet of retail on the ground floor. Under construction at 500 S. Ervay Street, the Marriott Fairfield Inn and Marriott Townplace Suites will have 30,000 square feet of retail and 10,000 square feet for restaurants with a scheduled opening in 2017.

Jackson Street has a proposed 15,000-square-foot retail site opposite a 4,000-square-foot retail location. There are also plans for a two-level, 2,500-square-foot building on Field Street.

Shinola, which is sold at Neiman Marcus, is reportedly considering opening its own unit in the area.

A large downtown development site has been earmarked for a department store. Brokers said Macy’s and other national chains have looked at the site.

Perhaps the most exciting news is the arrival of Forty Five Ten. Cofounder Brian Bolke said the added space will allow him to offer a wider range of prices and more in-depth assortments for many brands.

For the last 18 years, the store has occupied an 8,000-square-foot former gas station in the Knox-Henderson neighborhood.

In addition to expanding the store’s popular T Room restaurant, Bolke will open a Champagne, wine, coffee bar with an outdoor terrace on the lower level. “The restaurant has always been a really big draw,” he said. A hair salon is also part of the plan.

Bolke, who buys 60 women’s collections for the McKinney Avenue location, said, “We’re certainly picking up some new people, like Chloé, and adding a lot of brands in shoes and handbags that we’ve never had before. We’ll grow a lot of the existing businesses that had smallish assortments. We’ll show a deeper perspective. I’ve always carried [Azzedine] Alaïa, now we’ll have a soft-shop concept for Alaïa shoes and handbags.”

Five & Ten in Highland Park Village, an offshoot of Forty Five Ten, “is a little more contemporary and we’re bringing those brands downtown,” Bolke said. Hence, the bigger price spread. He cited Thakoon Addition, The Row, Marc Jacobs and Sacai, which is exclusive to the retailer in Dallas.

“A big category is contemporary labels such as Adam [Lippes], Rosetta Getty, Rosie Assoulin,” he said. “Soft dressing is really the core of our business.”

Bolke isn’t worried about Neiman Marcus. “Our DNA is not Neiman’s DNA,” he said. “We have Proenza Schouler, The Row and Altuzarra. That doesn’t mean that those designers will never be at Neiman Marcus, but they’re more core to our assortment. We’ve been first to market with every brand I care about from Balenciaga to Alexander McQueen. We’ve had an exclusive on Céline, but now they’re opening a store in Highland Park Village. Navigating a vendor that opens its own store is more difficult than competing with Neiman Marcus.”

Tim Headington, the oil man who is considered a pioneer in the revitalization of Dallas’ downtown city core, is Forty Five Ten’s partner in the new flagship. Headington opened in 2008 the Joule on the south side of Main Street between the Iron Cactus restaurant and Neiman Marcus.

A two-year renovation and expansion completed in 2013, added to the Joule an 8,000-square foot ESPA spa and retailers such as TenOverSix, TenOverSix Presents, Traffic Men, Traffic Women, Traffic Play and a Taschen Library. A Dsquared2 pop-up shop recently opened at Traffic and will operate indefinitely.

Headington isn’t finished downtown. He assembled between nine and 11 acres on the fringes of downtown, where he’s talked about building a huge cluster of residential housing with a grocery and theater.
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Old 08-25-2015, 08:32 AM
 
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^^^^^^^^^^Wow.....that article confirms that downtown Dallas has ARRIVED!!!

I Have to repost this.
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Old 08-26-2015, 05:15 PM
 
Location: The Bayou City
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Not sure if this upscale H&M concept qualifies for whatever random parameters have been set for this thread.. But it will be the largest of the 7 in the U.S.

H&M's Collection of Style to open in Houston's River Oaks District - Houston Business Journal
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Old 08-26-2015, 06:22 PM
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Not sure if this upscale H&M concept qualifies for whatever random parameters have been set for this thread.. But it will be the largest of the 7 in the U.S.

H&M's Collection of Style to open in Houston's River Oaks District - Houston Business Journal
That's a letdown.

It's certainly not something I pictured opening in ROD.
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