A model poses for a photo as she displays Uniqlo's Fall/Winter collection during its unveiling event in Tokyo May 14, 2014. Ask the head of research and design at Uniqlo what anyone could possibly need for sartorial comfort beyond heat-generating innerwear in winter and a breezy, cooling undershirt in summer and he'll tell you that Uniqlo, the Japanese casual-wear brand, is just getting started. Uniqlo's parent, Fast Retailing Co, has made its name as a maker of high-tech, functional and affordable clothing, beginning with 1,900 yen ($18.60) fleece jackets in the late 1990s, helping founder and CEO Tadashi Yanai become one of Japan's richest men. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
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The open date for Uniqlo’s Faneuil Hall pop-up just got pushed a bit further into summer. Citing building difficulties, the Japanese mega retailer will be temporarily stalling their proposed Boston takeover, moving their downtown pop-up open date from June 27 to July 22.

Uniqlo will still work with the Red Sox Foundation to host a series of events to benefit the Scholars program and plans to host 250 of the students for a “back-to-school shopping spree” when the doors finally open.

The Faneuil pop-up, when it does open, will be in the former home of Kingfish Hall in the South Market building.

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The casualwear chain, owned by Fast Retailing Co., announced in May their plans to open six permanent Boston area locations — including a permanent Quincy Market space — by Spring 2015.

We’ve reached out to Uniqlo for further comment and will update when available.