The planning process -- not the tough economy -- delayed construction of the downtown location, said Lori Willis, a spokeswoman for the Maryland Heights-based chain.Look for a summer opening.
"It's a challenging store for us to build," she said. "The two-story format is a departure from any store we've built before."
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