Prioritizing community and storytelling over markdowns and sales per square foot, Neighborhood Goods has set out to disrupt retail in Plano, Texas

Neighborhood Goods‘ 14,000 square foot space is a retail concept that feels at once both familiar and completely new. Like a traditional department store, Neighborhood Goods is responsible for the staffing and design of the space, stocked with products from third-party brands. Unlike traditional stores, however, the brands on display will regularly change, giving visitors a reason to come back again. Among brands stocked at the time of the store's launch are direct-to-consumer players like The Inside, Allswell and Primary, with spaces from other retailers including Stadium Goods and Draper James.

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