Restoration Hardware to build 70,000-sq.-ft. Las Vegas store

Restoration Hardware (NYSE:RH) announced that it will build its largest U.S. store yet in Las Vegas. The upscale home goods retailer will showcase its recent RH Gallery concept, making Las Vegas the fifth store worldwide.

The 70,000-sq.-ft. store will anchor the Tivoli Village's second phase, which is under construction on Rampart Boulevard in Las Vegas, reported the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Other RH Galleries are located in Atlanta, Boston, West Hollywood, California and Greenwich, Connecticut.

While many retailers have been scaling down when it comes to the size of physical stores, Restoration Hardware has been scaling up. A typical Restoration Hardware store is about 10,000 sq. ft. The largest RH Gallery location is currently in Atlanta, which is 68,000 sq. ft.

The RH Gallery concept includes a palatial facade with garden terraces, wine bars and cafes. In Boston, for example, the concept includes a billiard lounge, a pub that serves craft beers, and a movie theater.

The Las Vegas location is scheduled to open in spring 2016. Restoration Hardware joins a growing number of retailers, such as Ikea and Swarovski, opening large-scale stores in Las Vegas.

For more:
-See this Las Vegas Review-Journal article

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