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1 hour ago, Prodev said:

Ross was close to a deal to take the Staples space pre-COVID, but I'm assuming that deal is dead. 

Hopefully just on hold. I mean between Trade Joes and Target, there is a lot of potential here. 

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23 hours ago, Blue_Devil said:

Hopefully just on hold. I mean between Trade Joes and Target, there is a lot of potential here. 

West Elm is having major operational issues.  I purchased nearly $4,000 in furniture back in early November, but ended up canceling both after extended shipping delays.  In fact, one piece showed up and was damaged and I had to decline delivery, and a replacement wouldn't have been available until March.  I ended up ordering from CB2 (affiliated with Crate & Barrel), and got two pieces within 7 days, and at the same price.  Crate & Barrel in that space, please, instead of just the one in Southpark.  

Any chance that retailers that might quickly fill the space at Metropolitan are taking their time because they're being pitched new urban-format big-box retail space opportunities at a redesigned and reformed Epicenter?

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