KCLover wrote:Old Navy is definitely the pinnacle of luxury.
Glad they are kicking out peasant stores like Burberry, Williams Sonoma, Eddie Bauer and bringing in Old Navy. Maybe Dollar Tree or Five Below can take over The North Face space.
I would give Eddie Bauer 5 more years before all the stores close up, Williams Sonoma maybe a little longer and not sure on Burberry, they might be strong enough in Europe to survive. I think the reason why we might see lower end stores on the Plaza in the future is because our youth are not really that materialistic as older generations (Or maybe they are and they just can't afford it). I think a young hipster would rather spend 150 on a bunch of cool shirts or drop 150 on vintage clothing at goodwill rather than 150 on a trinket at Tiffany and Co. I could see our youth killing the jewelry/diamond industry because its a horrible monopoly controlled by a few families with horrible working conditions and the fact that a diamond is not really rare at all.