As One Philadelphia Store Closes, Another Plans To Reopen
With so many retail stores and restaurants closing, it is a good sign to see that as one major store plans to close … another is preparing to reopen.
According to the Philadelphia Business Journal, as H&M plans to close one of it’s Philadelphia stores, Free People plans to reopen its store right in the mix of the finest shopping district in Center City Philadelphia.
About H&M, The Philadelphia Business Journal said, "Assessing and reviewing our store portfolio to adapt to changing customer behavior is something that we have done ever since we opened our first store," H&M confirmed, further stating that its stores in the Fashion District of Philadelphia and Philadelphia Mills will remain
This directly answers the question that some had about whether H&M was closing all of its stores. They’re not.
Free People is owned by Urban Outfitters, which are based in Philadelphia.
Free People is a women's clothing store that was previously located at 1625 Walnut Street, prior to closing in January, 2022.
The new Free People store will be located nearby at the former Shakespeare and Company store, the closed this past spring after more than three years of operation. This location had been a bookstore and café.
They have not as yet confirmed the opening date for the new store.
Below is a photo gallery and descriptions of the many iconic New Jersey retail stores that have closed over the years.
SOURCE: Philadelphia Business Journal.
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