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Ever dreamed of having your own workspace somewhere between the Italian loafers and the French perfume at your local luxury store?
That may be a possibility now that Saks owner Hudson’s Bay is planning to convert space within the luxury banner’s current and former locations into offices, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
In addition, the department store operator will also convert buildings formerly occupied by its old retail subsidiary Lord & Taylor, which filed for bankruptcy last year, into offices.