Thursday, July 20, 2006

Wal-Mart in White Plains, N.Y

Check out Wal-Mart’s new two-level store that just opened in White Plains, N.Y. The store features an art deco exterior, an escalator for shopping carts, bilingual English-Spanish signage, wood flooring in apparel areas, self-checkout lanes, the most extensive food assortment outside of a supercenter, a large Dunkin’ Donuts unit, elevators large enough to accommodate several shopping carts and free parking for customers who spend at least $5 per visit.

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  1. Whoa! I've never heard of a store like Wal-Mart being a multi-level.

  2. You don't see it that often. Wal-Mart has a handful of multi-level stores, as well as Target and Kmart.

    Most times it's when they take over old department stores. In White Plains, Wal-Mart took over an old Sears. Target took over several Montgomery Wards. Kmart has an old Wannamaker's in Manhattan.