Opinions mixed and matched on H&M at Calhoun Square

The Swedish hipster-wear store H&M is due to arrive at Uptown's Calhoun Square in Minneapolis this fall, but retail neighbors have conflicted feelings about it. Some say the store will be a big draw for shoppers and inject a jolt of commerce into the area. But others lament that Uptown has invited in an international chain store commonly found at shopping malls.
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The Swedish hipster-wear store H&M is due to arrive at Uptown's Calhoun Square in Minneapolis this fall, but retail neighbors have conflicted feelings about it. Some say the store will be a big draw for shoppers and inject a jolt of commerce into the area. But others lament that Uptown has invited in an international chain store commonly found at shopping malls.

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