HENDERSON, NV-Seattle-based Nordstrom Inc. plans to relocate itslocal Nordstrom Rack from Silverado Ranch Plaza to Stephanie StreetPower Center. The relocated 35,000 square-foot store is expected toopen in fall 2011.

“We love serving our Las Vegas area customers and hope this newlocation will make shopping with us more convenient for them,” saysGeevy Thomas, president of Nordstrom Rack. “As our lease atSilverado Ranch Plaza was expiring, we wanted to find a locationthat would help us better serve more customers in this importantarea. We think Stephanie Street Power Center is a great fit.”

Stephanie Street Power Center is located about a half mile fromthe Galleria at Sunset mall in the heart of the Henderson retailarea. The relocated Nordstrom Rack will be slightly larger than theexisting store.

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