Downtown getting home shops

April 20, 2007
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People living downtown won’t have to wait for a proposed Target to go home shopping closer to home. Carson Pirie Scott is renovating 25,000 square feet of its space on the third floor of Circle Centre mall for a new home store. And Minneapolis-based bedding retailer Select Comfort plans to open a store in the old Express Men location in the mall. Select Comfort, a company known for its Sleep Number beds, already has locations at Castleton Square Mall, Greenwood Park Mall and Clay Terrace.
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  • But without the Express Men store, we'll have a bevy of boys running around wearing brown socks and gray pants. Sure, they'll have great beds to sleep on, but no one will want to sleep in those beds with them.

    For shame, Express Men. You gave up too easily, and we wimminfolk must suffer the consequences.
  • LOL!

    Don't lose hope, I think they're just moving to the other end of Circle Center. :-)
  • Those will be nice additions to downtown. I just wish we could get a Crate & Barrel or BedBath&Beyond downtown!
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  1. The free market will seek its own level. If Employers cannot hire a retain good employees in Marion Co they will leave and set up shop in adjacent county. Marion Co already suffers from businesses leaving I would think this would encourage more of the same.

  2. We gotta stop this Senior crime. Perhaps long jail terms for these old boozers is in order. There are times these days (more rather than less) when this state makes me sick.

  3. One option is to redistribute the payroll tax already collected by the State. A greater share could be allocated to the county of the workplace location as opposed to the county of residency. Not a new tax, just re-allocate what is currently collected.

  4. Have to agree with Mal Burgess. The biggest problem is massive family breakdown in these neighborhoods. While there are a lot of similiarities, there is a MASSIVE difference between 46218 and 46219. 46219 is diluted by some stable areas, and that's probably where the officers live. Incentivizing is fine, but don't criticize officers for choosing not to live in these neighbor hoods. They have to have a break from what is arguably one of the highest stress job in the land. And you'll have to give me hard evidence that putting officers there is going to make a significant difference. Solid family units, responsible fathers, siblings with the same fathers, engaged parents, commitment to education, respect for the rule of law and the importance of work/a job. If the families and the schools (and society) will support these, THEN we can make a difference.

  5. @Agreed, when you dine in Marion County, the taxes paid on that meal go to state coffers (in the form of the normal sales taxes) and to the sports/entertainment venues operated by the CIB. The sales taxes on your clothing and supplies just go to the state. The ONLY way those purchases help out Indianapolis is through the payroll taxes paid by the (generally low-wage) hourly workers serving you.

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