Today, WWD reports that current Saks President Mark Metrick has announced a new 3 year $250 million renovation plan that is even more radical, shuffling floors and adding a lower concourse level and even a dramatic new elevator. Ordinarily we would simply sigh and say, “We believe it when we see it,” but now that Saks appears to have settled more comfortably as a division of Canada Hudson Bay Company, we have a feeling that this plan, or at least parts of it, will stick. Here are some of the main points of what will ultimately be a startling shakeup of every floor in the store..
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