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The retail rumor mill is churning with buzz that Neiman Marcus Last Call is scouting a spot on Chestnut Street. More specifically, a 30,000-square-foot space within the second floor of the Shops at Liberty Place, reports the Philadelphia Business Journal.
There's not much to the story yet, but if the rumor pans out, then Last Call will join Uniqlo, Nordstrom Rack, and Forever 21 (?), as one of Chestnut Street's newest national/global retailers. If it doesn't happen, well, there's always Last Call's Franklin Mills Mall location.
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