Monday, January 03, 2005
Nordstrom, SouthPark mall, Charlotte, North Carolina (photo by outisthorough)
Interior entrance of Nordstrom, SouthPark mall, Charlotte, North Carolina (photo by outisthorough)
Nordstrom made huge headlines in Charlotte, North Carolina in March 2004 for opening this 144,000 square foot, two-level store at SouthPark mall. It anchors a major expansion of SouthPark that included a wing of upscale stores like Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Lacoste, St. John, and Tiffany & Co. that connects Norstrom to the existing mall.
It's the company's second location in North Carolina; the other is located in The Streets at Southpoint in Durham. The Charlotte store boasts its own restaurant, coffee bar and a personal shopping service, among other amenities
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Belk could really learn a thing or two from this store! Nordstrom is how retail SHOULD be.ReplyDelete
Nordstrom is one of America's premier retail chains, but they're more like Belk than some might think. Their approach to merchandising is similar, and both companies are largely family-run.ReplyDelete