Toys “R” Us to Make Temporary Times Square Comeback


Wayne, N.J.-based retailer Toys “R” Us will return to New York’s Time Square with a temporary location in the historic Knickerbocker building. Spanning 35,000 sq. ft. and three levels, the forthcoming outpost will open later this month. New elements will include interactive features and a play area, CNBC reports.

Toys “R” Us shuttered its iconic 110,000-sq.-ft. Times Square location nearly two years ago.

Toys “R” Us oversees more than 625 international stores.

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