As if Times Square wasn't crowded enough already, Toys “R” Us opened a new 110,000-sq.-ft. flagship store on the corner of 44th and Broadway last November, adding another major retail venue to this hot urban entertainment destination. As much a mini-theme park as a retail store, the newest Toys “R” Us combines the talents of many different companies, from designers to scene shops. As such, it would be impossible to interview all of them within the confines of this article, which offers a ...
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