Stanford Shopping Center wants to tear down a Macy's store to make room for luxury retailers

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The Macy’s Men’s store at Stanford Shopping Center could soon be replaced by retail heavyweights. Simon Malls, the mall’s operator, proposed tearing down and replacing the 94,337-square-foot building with a Restoration Hardware and a Bashford luxury retailer, the Palo Alto Daily Post reports. The men’s department store would be then be merged into the shopping center’s main Macy’s store, Simon Malls spokeswoman Solana Tanabe told the Post. A three-story, 43,581-square-foot Restoration...

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