Dick's Sporting Goods Expands in Las Vegas
Updated: Apr 6
Compass Development has recently completed a 50,000 square foot facility for Dick's Sporting Goods in Summerlin, filling a vacancy that was home to a now-defunct rival.
Dick’s Sporting Goods expects to debut on Charleston Boulevard at Fort Apache Road, next to Whole Foods Market, in spring 2021, spokeswoman Lily Herring told the Review-Journal.
Its new home, the Crossroads Commons strip mall, is a case study for the ups and downs of the retail industry.
Before the pandemic hit, brick-and-mortar retail had been on wobbly ground in Las Vegas and other cities amid a glut of stores and fierce competition from e-commerce giant Amazon. Like other industries, it has been hit hard by the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, which sparked government-ordered business shutdowns and other turmoil, but it’s still kicking.
Crossroads Commons has several tenants, including Whole Foods and a Barnes & Noble bookstore. A free-standing building, slated to feature a Chick-fil-A sandwich shop and space for other tenants, is under construction in the plaza as well.
The 41,000-square-foot Dick’s store, formerly occupied by Sport Chalet, has been undergoing demolition and other work for the tenant, which has “Opening soon” banners fastened to the fencing around the site.
Republished from Las Vegas Review Journal