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City Series: Chicago Doesn’t “Chi” Away from Local Charm and Rich Retail

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When the Chicago Cubs won the 2016 World Series (after a long 117 years), tourism was booming and the victory parade blew 5 million people into the Windy City. Chicago is home to fresh and established corridors that are bringing in more people and ultimately, more money. With their energy and mix of options, it’s no wonder that Magnificent Mile, State Street, Oak Street, Wicker… Read More

City Series: The Well Won’t Run Dry on Canada’s Retail Corridors

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Whoever said brick-and-mortar shopping is a dying breed hasn’t visited Canada. Toronto and Vancouver’s prime urban retail corridors are a shopper’s paradise. From independent boutiques to upscale luxury retailers, both cities have something for every budget.

  • Vancouver’s South Granville attracts international retailers, tech titans and independent home-goods boutiques while Robson Street sees transformation from bleak to chic with international and luxury retailers.
  • Toronto’s Bloor Street provides prime
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City Series: Boston Provides Freedom to Shop until You Drop

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Known for birthing the country’s classic baked beans and for leading you along the Freedom Trail of authentic history and treasure, Boston also provides an impressive array of convenient and accessible shopping options for locals and tourists alike.

  • For a place to see and be seen, venture down Newbury Street to window shop (or splurge) at retailers like Chanel, Giorgio Armani and Burberry. It’s rich history
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Get Ready for Food, Fun and Fast Fashion!

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As much as he’d like to, he can’t personally visit every new retail store. But thanks to YouTube there’s always a video to watch. Join James Cook as he watches retail videos new and old with a focus on Food, Fun and Fast Fashion. Those are the three retail categories that will lease up many newly emptied department stores.  LISTEN HERE >>>

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