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So it looks like TJ Maxx is moving across the street to the building where Toys R Us used to be. Anybody know if something will takeover their old space at the mall? Looks like a very large space to fill. 

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The only department store I know that doesn’t already have a presence in Charlotte is Bloomingdales. However I’d love to see them at SouthPark.

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16 hours ago, Cadi40 said:

The only department store I know that doesn’t already have a presence in Charlotte is Bloomingdales. However I’d love to see them at SouthPark.

There’s no way Bloomingdales would open anywhere else in Charlotte other than SouthPark.  There’s only one in Atlanta and its Lenox Square.  I can see the smaller stores start popping up around southend/uptown but it’ll be a while before upscale department stores decide that other areas besides SouthPark is home

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I don’t see a Bloomingdale’s coming before a Saks, although there was a rumor Bloomingdale’s was replacing Macy’s at SouthPark a few years ago. SouthPark needs an expansion, though. It hasn’t attracted a higher end store in several years. 

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20 minutes ago, TheOneRJ said:

I don’t see a Bloomingdale’s coming before a Saks, although there was a rumor Bloomingdale’s was replacing Macy’s at SouthPark a few years ago. SouthPark needs an expansion, though. It hasn’t attracted a higher end store in several years. 

It would make sense as Charlotte already has an Off 5th SAKS at the Charlotte premium outlets; however,  I feel that Bloomingdales being under the Macy’s umbrella would be an easier introduction to the market.  Also, I believe they are doing better as a company than saks  

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Here is my guess for the vacated TJ Maxx spot:    Duluth Trading Company which has now 2 stores in NC in Cary and Greensboro but none in this market.  Also this space might be broke up into smaller retailers as well or someone wanted visibility from the outside.  

Off Saks was at the mall closed doubt they would come back.    Another guess would be a Nordstrom Rack which would kill it there at the mall.  

Looking forward to the larger TJ Maxx and side by side Homegoods behind the new Krispy Kreme.  They are destination stores and that big box center is doing great. 

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I think something like a Nordstrom Rack, Neiman  Marcus Last Call, or a Bloomingdales outlet store would do well. Concord Mills is a decently profitable mall so I don’t see why the space wouldn’t do well.

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Apparently the traffic around Concord Mills came to a stand-still this weekend because of Black Friday. I honestly don’t know if the new flyover they’re building is going to do any real good, especially since most people were stuck trying to leave the mall, versus entering. I can definitely see strong public support for extending the Blue Line here, especially if it means bypassing all vehicular traffic.   

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27 minutes ago, Third Strike said:

Apparently the traffic around Concord Mills came to a stand-still this weekend because of Black Friday. I honestly don’t know if the new flyover they’re building is going to do any real good, especially since most people were stuck trying to leave the mall, versus entering. I can definitely see strong public support for extending the Blue Line here, especially if it means bypassing all vehicular traffic.   

It took hours to clear it but there was an accident on 85 south in the early evening and traffic leaving the mall got back up on Concord Mills Blvd which backed into the mall as the mall's parking lot was completely filled.  Traffic is very heavy around the mall on weekends but this had multiple failures.  Traffic trying to get into the mall from 85 turning left on Concord Mills got back up as no one was leaving the mall or it was in a standstill. Just a big cluster but this was extraordinary.  

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