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ⓘ Rices Nachmans was an upscale department store chain that, at its peak, had eight locations in Norfolk, Virginia and the surrounding Hampton Roads area. Stores ..




                                     

ⓘ Rices Nachmans

Rices Nachmans was an upscale department store chain that, at its peak, had eight locations in Norfolk, Virginia and the surrounding Hampton Roads area. Stores included Downtown Norfolk on Granby St. and Wards Corner. The Wards Corner location was in the same building as a Hofheimers shoe store. This building was demolished in 2000, and as of 2018, is the location of a Walgreens pharmacy.

The stores were converted to Hesss stores in 1985 after the chain was sold to Hesss by owner Phillips-Van Heusen.

                                     
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