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Sprouts confirms 10 new locations for 1st quarter of 2015
posted on Sep 15 14

Sprouts Farmers Market has added a second Alabama location to its list of new stores scheduled to open in early 2015, and shared the addresses of all 10 new stores planned for the quarter.The list includes: Bakersfield and Daly City, Calif., Birmingham and Huntsville Ala., Cumming, Ga., Houston, Kansas City, Mo., Mansfield, Texas, Scottsdale, Ariz., and South Jordan, Utah.

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Hyatt launches new sustainability vision
posted on Sep 15 14

Hyatt Hotels plans to sharpen its focus on careful use of resources, environmentally sensitive building and the use of technology to protect the environment. The goals are part of the company’s recently unveiled vision for achieving greater sustainability by 2020. Read the TravelPulse story here

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Hotel sales in San Francisco jump 133% in first half of 2014
posted on Sep 15 14

Sales of hotels in San Francisco are up 133 percent in the first half of 2014, compared with the same period last year, totaling $500 million, according to Atlas Hospitality Group. The top sales included South of Market‘s 199-room Hotel Vitale, for $133 million, and the $120 million paid for Nob Hill‘s 383-room grande dame Mark Hopkins. Read the San Francisco Chronicle/The Bottom Line blog

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Retail flourishing in D.C.’s suburbs
posted on Sep 15 14

Washington, D.C., suburbs in Virginia and Maryland are attracting more retailers, with many taking large leases because of the greater availability of space and lower rents, according to CoStar. Roughly 1.44 million square feet of retail space are under construction in the suburbs of the District, compared with the 372,680 square feet under construction in the city. Read The Washington Post story here

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Canada’s Indochino to open first U.S. store this week
posted on Sep 12 14

Vancouver, Canada-based online bespoke suit retailer Indochino will expand its brick-and-mortar presence when it opens its first of several U.S. stores in New York City this week. The seven-year-old company, which already operates stores in Vancouver and Toronto, gained a larger U.S. following with traveling pop-up events over the past two years. Read the Crain’s New York Business story here

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