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Prime Outlets welcomes Neiman Marcus Last Call

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May '08
Prime Retail announced Neiman Marcus Last Call will open a 28,000 square foot store at Prime Outlets Livermore, its newest outlet center located east of San Francisco and north of San Jose on Interstate 580 in Livermore, Ca., where it will serve more than 8.7 million people living within a 60 mile radius of the site.

"We are delighted to welcome Neiman Marcus Last Call to Prime Outlets Livermore," said Senior Vice President of Marketing Karen Fluharty.

"In our mission to create large, well-tenanted outlet centers that offer shoppers access to the world's leading designers and brand-names, Neiman Marcus Last Call serves as a key retailer in our merchant collection."

Slated for completion in 2010 Prime Outlets Livermore, a $156 million, ground-up development project, will feature approximately 120 top designer and brand-name outlet stores and a gross leasable area 470,000 square feet.

"Prime Outlets-Livermore is well-positioned to become one of the region's most popular shopping destinations for local consumers and the region's strong tourist base," said Gayle Tremblay, vice president, clearance division, Neiman Marcus."

We are very happy to sign on with Prime Retail and become part of its Prime Outlets Livermore team of merchants."

Prime Retail


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