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Seattle-based Nordstrom Rack coming to Legacy Village, Ohio

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Apr '08
Seattle-based Nordstrom Inc, a leading fashion specialty retailer, announced it will open a 40,144 square-foot Nordstrom Rack at Legacy Village Shopping Center in Lyndhurst, Ohio in fall 2008.

Nordstrom Rack is the company's off-price retail division offering savings of 30 to 75 percent on apparel and accessories for women, men and children, including one of the most extensive collections of name-brand shoes available. Nordstrom Rack merchandise is made up of products from Nordstrom full-line stores and the company's online store at Nordstrom.com, as well as special purchase items.

"Legacy Village is a strong shopping center with a great mix of tenants, and we're thrilled to be a part of it," said Scott Meden, president of Nordstrom Rack. "We're eager to open our first Cleveland-area Rack store and hope to offer customers outstanding value on name-brand merchandise for the entire family."

"Nordstrom Rack is a reflection of the level of quality retailers that Legacy Village continues to attract. This will be a very positive addition for our lifestyle center as well as the community. Nordstrom Rack's reputation for quality and value will appeal to shoppers from across the region," said Legacy Village General Manager, Marcie Gilmore.

The Nordstrom Rack at Legacy Village will be the retailer's first Rack store in Ohio. Nordstrom opened its first full-line store in Ohio at Beachwood Place in 1997 and a second store in Columbus at Easton TownCenter in 2001.


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