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Local Business Spotlight Much of the renovation work was partially funded by the City’s Urban Renewal Matching Grant program. Another phase of the build out, not funded by the Matching Grant program, included construction of a Vietnamese temple that occupies a third of the building. The temple’s intricate hand carved, gilded gold altar and ornate …

Rights uncovers retailer again

Justice Sold For $90 Million As Part Of Ascena Bankruptcy Remaining Justice “tween” clothing stores across the country, including the one in The Empire Mall, will close, but the brand will live on through a new owner. As part of its bankruptcy restructuring plans, Ascena said it would take its Justice brand to an all-digital …

Legal uncovers look yet again

Tween Clothing Brand Justice Closing All Stores Remaining Justice “tween” clothing stores across the country, including the one in The Empire Mall, will close, but the brand will live on through a new owner. As part of its bankruptcy restructuring plans, Ascena said it would take its Justice brand to an all-digital platform. The retailer …

Proper rights presents you with look once again

Will Tween Fashion Retailer Justice Succeed In Its Second Go But the pandemic has escalated the disappearance of well-known stores, leaving malls and shopping centers with more vacancies on their hands than they can handle. Justice isn’t the first retail chain to close down permanently because of the pandemic, and it likely won’t be the …

Justice opens up retail outlet once again

Justice Opens Up Shop Again It continues to operate its Ann Taylor, LOFT, Lane Bryant and Lou & Grey brands through its retail stores and online. Justice Brand Holdings, an entity created by brand management company Blue Star Alliance, has agreed to acquire the intellectual property of Justice and other assets and liabilities for $90 …

The legal opens up retail outlet all over again

Justice Stores To Close With Bankruptcy Sale In July, the retailer said it was closing 600 of its 826 stores, and subsequently said it would close more stores. Formerly known as Limited Too, Justice — which became a subsidiary of Ascena in 2009 — offers fashion, footwear and accessories for girls aged 6 through 12. …

The legal opens retail outlet once again

Walmart To Add Tween Clothing Brand Justice To Its Stores Clothing from Brothers was initially sold online only, but was eventually sold in select Justice stores as well as standalone Brothers stores. Justice formerly offered “J Bucks”, later renamed to Style Perks. You can receive one card for every purchase you make during this time. …

Justice uncovers retail outlet just as before

Justice Store Closures Bluestar, whose portfolio also includes Bebe, Brookstone, and Limited Too, is hopeful that they’ll be able to rebuild and grow the Justice brand. Ascena’s fire sale of its brands started before it filed for bankruptcy. Last spring it sold its Maurices brand, and later wound down its Dressbarn banner and sold the …