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Lord & Taylor was sold this week to a little-known clothing rental service, Le Tote, a seven-year-old San Francisco company.
Hudson’s Bay, the chain’s parent company, will continue to own Lord & Taylor’s real estate and cover Le Tote’s rent at those properties for three years. Le Tote will pay $100 million in cash for Lord & Taylor’s brand and inventory and take control of 38 stores and the chain’s digital presence.… Read More
As reported on Washington Business Journal
The owners of the former White Flint Mall have decided to pay the $31 million verdict a jury awarded to retailer Lord & Taylor rather than to appeal to a higher court, nearly a month after their last appeal was rejected, White Flint attorney Scott Morrison said.… Read More
The Lord & Taylor store at the White Flint Mall site
The owners of White Flint Mall have lost their appeal in a long-running court case against Lord & Taylor.
In an opinion published Tuesday, three judges of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously upheld a federal district court jury’s $31 million August 2015 verdict in favor of Lord & Taylor.… Read More
The White Flint Mall and Lord & Taylor case just got scheduled Oct. 25 to 28 in Richmond at The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. The Mall’s owners are appealing a District Court decision that awarded Lord & Taylor $31 million in damages. White Flint Mall owners appealed so they can provide evidence about the future potential profits for Lord & Taylor from the redeveloped town center that will one day be built on the property.… Read More
Click this link for a video by Nathan Carrick of the deconstruction of White Flint Mall.
And here’s a great photo of the mall site from the 12th floor offices of Friends of White Flint member Visionary Eye Doctors who are located across the street from the mall.… Read More
Enjoy these photos of the demolition of White Flint Mall taken and published by Greater Greater Washington. And here is a link to GGW’s blog post on the Mall.
And here’s a bonus photo from Pike District resident Pam Gates.
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In case you haven’t been around the back of White Flint Mall lately, here’s two photos of the back of White Flint Mall. Notice how the garage has morphed into giant piles of stones.… Read More
Lerner Enterprises and The Tower Cos. filed a notice Tuesday in the U.S. Court of Appeals declaring their intention to appeal a verdict handed down by a U.S. District Court jury in August.
As you probably know, the jury awarded Lord & Taylor $31 million in damages, deciding the mall’s owners broke their contract to maintain the mall as a first-class shopping center until 2042.… Read More
Bethesda Magazine reported yesterday that White Flint Mall’s owners released new conceptual drawings for the mall’s redevelopment during their U.S. District Court trial versus Lord & Taylor. And yes, we very much like what we saw in those drawings.’
The Bethesda Magazine article stated:
The exhibit also shows detailed square footage for retail slots surrounding Lord & Taylor’s store as well as what a Rockville Pike Promenade, retail plaza and the central piazza could look like.… Read More
It’s hot and humid enough to wring water from air, so today we have a very short blog.
On yesterday’s Fox5 news, there was a story about the litigation over White Flint Mall and what the future holds for the White Flint area. Check it out here.
Also posted yesterday was a video about the White Flint Mall, #PickthePike, and our area on Montgomery Community Media. … Read More