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October 24, 2011

Old Navy flag flying at new south store

The signs are there.

It looks like Old Navy is on track to dock in its new south Rochester spot by the expected Nov. 16 date.

IMG_0880_PBOld Navy is moving into the 15,000-square-foot slot between Dick's Sporting Goods and Maurice's in the commercial strip anchored by Rochester's south Target store.

That spot has been empty since the center opened in 2007.

Old Navy is moving out of its current 21,700-square-foot store on South Broadway. It opened there in 2001 in the then-new Broadway Commons Shopping Center.

Still no word on who might be moving into that spot, once it opens up.

Thanks to Josh Banks for snapping this pic.

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I don't shop Old Navy but this seems like they are loosing a lot of space. Was the old store pretty spread out or are they down sizing by that much?

could be the point. Maybe they will be paying cheaper rent too

There is a lot of open floor space at the current store. But with the new store being 6000+ sq ft smaller, I hope it's not cramped/crowded.

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