Friday retail recap
It’s hard to top last week’s discovery that Nordstrom Rack filed for a permit to open a store in Belle Isle Station (read it here!), but we did have some interesting retail news this week. Furr’s in Oklahoma City went dark and the contents are to be auctioned next week, as reported by my colleague, Richard Mize. Check it out here. Also, Steve Lackmeyer had a good piece on Custino’s Italian Restaurant, which will remain open for business without a name change, despite the legal entanglement between Angelo Custino, son of Phil Custino, the restaurant’s namesake cook, and Bud and Barbara Elder, who financed the eatery.
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