Dezer’s Intracoastal Mall Plans To Return For Vote

Gil Dezer and Mayor Anthony DeFillipo with a rendering of Intracoastal Mall (TAMZ, Twitter)

Gil Dezer and Mayor Anthony DeFillipo with a rendering of Intracoastal Mall (TAMZ, Twitter)

Dezer Development will return to the North Miami Beach commission for a re-vote on two ordinances tied to the contentious redevelopment of the Intracoastal Mall, despite securing approval earlier this week.

In the Zoom commission meeting on Tuesday that ended after 2 a.m., two commissioners were absent for the vote. Still, the two ordinances passed on second reading. Three commissioners voted for the zoning amendments and 30-year development agreement, and two voted against.

The Miami Herald first reported that North Miami Beach Mayor Anthony DeFillipo

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Stop & Shop Closing Store; New Details In Mall’s Rejected Plan

Here are the top business stories featured all across Connecticut from the past week:

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Mall officials released new details about what they planned for a second-phase of redeveloping the state’s largest mall.>>>Read More.

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Allyson Mandelbaum described her baseball-style hats as a fashion-forward option for women

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Gap to Close 30% of Stores as It Reduces Mall Footprint

Credit…Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times

Gap Inc., the owner of the Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy chains, has long been synonymous with the American shopping mall. But now it’s rushing to get out of a slew of malls, many of which are struggling, as the company repositions its decades-old brands to adapt to changes in how people shop.

The company plans to close 30 percent, or about 350, of

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Thousands Expected to Gather For Religious Rally at National Mall This Weekend Despite D.C. COVID-19 Restrictions

Controversial Christian preacher and musician, Sean Feucht will host an estimated 15,000 guests at the National Mall this weekend despite Washington D.C’s coronavirus restrictions.

The gathering is apart of Feucht’s “Let Us Worship” tour, a series of worship concerts that provoked outrage from city leaders in states including Tennessee, Maine, Colorado and Florida.

Feucht’s event earlier this month in Nashville sparked investigations after images and videos showed a large crowd of people not adhering to social distancing guidelines with many attendees not wearing masks.

The tour’s finale in D.C. is scheduled for October 25 and over 7,000 people have

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Gap shares up 11% store closure plans, shifts focus e-commerce

A Gap store in New York, August 2, 2020.

Scott Mlyn | CNBC

Gap Inc. shares rose nearly 14% Thursday after the retailer revealed plans to shrink its store footprint by about 350 stores and switch to a business model that’s driven by e-commerce and off-mall locations.

The apparel retailer, made up of chains Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic and Athleta, shared the strategy at an investor conference. It said it expects to close roughly 30% of Gap and Banana Republic stores in North America by the end of fiscal 2023. By that time, it said, it plans to bring

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