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  • Shops at Hudson Yards including Neiman Marcus | Manhattan | March 2019
    • Hudson Yards is home to 100 shops including: fast-fashion brands, high-end footwear, women’s and men’s apparel, interactive family destination CAMP, wellness retreat 3DEN, art galleries, electronics, beauty and fragrance destinations and more.
    • NYC’s first Neiman Marcus department store has three floors of fine fashion, spa, Beauty Blvd, experiential activations, upscale dining at the Zodiac Room and more.
  • Hermès | Manhattan | April 2019
    • The Meatpacking District location offers more than iconic Birkin handbags, with an emphasis on experience cemented by an informal café and rooftop event space.
  • STORY at Macy’s | Manhattan | April 2019
    • The iconic Herald Square location’s store-within-a-store showcases local brands through dynamic events and storytelling. Color, LOVE and “School of Style” are themes unveiled to-date.
  • Sergio Rossi | Manhattan | May 2019
    • The Italian luxury footwear brand debuted on the Upper East Side with a variety of customizable shoes and a capsule collection specific to its Madison Avenue location.
  • Empire Outlets | Staten Island | May 2019
    • New York City’s first outlet shopping destination debuted in May 2019 with approximately 20 stores including the largest Nike Factory store in NYC. Additional retailers and dining options, including a food hall and beer garden, are upcoming.
  • Falconeri | Manhattan | June 2019
    • The Italian luxury cashmere brand opened its first US flagship in Soho, including an area where customers interact with raw cashmere and learn about the process it goes through to reach the final product state.
  • Brooklyn Bleu | Manhattan | September 2019
    • Located within the Oculus, wares include curated 1940s–1980s vintage jewelry and accessories from Chanel, Givenchy, YSL and more.
  • Nordstrom Women’s Store | Manhattan | October 2019
    • South of Central Park at 57th & Broadway, the counterpart to the men’s store offers seven floors of attire, beauty products, home goods, restaurants, cafés and bars.
  • "The Park" at Macy’s Herald Square | Manhattan | October 2019
    • Last October, Macy’s unveiled a men’s retail destination that will rotate every 8–12 weeks with a new curated selection of designer wear.
  • Pelé Soccer Store | Manhattan | November 2019
    • Pelé Soccer, the experiential retail experience owned by the iconic Brazilian soccer legend, opened a flagship location in the heart of Times Square featuring a soccer stadium-style design concept and interactive celebration of the star whose career included a brief stint in NYC.
  • Taft | Manhattan | November 2019
    • The men’s shoe brand with noted celebrity fans such as Dwayne Wade and Ryan Reynolds opened its first store in Soho last November, featuring handmade boots from the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Strand | Manhattan | March 2020
    • NYC’s most iconic independent book shop will open a second location on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, home to a sizable collection of new, used and rare books, as well as a series of talks from notable writers.
  • Major League Baseball Flagship Store | Manhattan | Summer 2020
    • Set to open in Midtown West, the first permanent US retail location will be run by Legends and sell merchandise for all 30 teams.
  • Harry Potter Flagship Store | Manhattan | Summer 2020
    • Three floors of witchcraft and wizardry will open in the Flatiron District when this first-of-its kind store opens. Fans can expect abundant retail space and shelves filled with merchandise from the Harry Potter world.
  • Manolo Blahnik | Manhattan | September 2020
    • The renowned shoemaker with a presence in more than 30 countries is opening a US flagship location on Madison Avenue this fall.
  • Ralph & Russo | Manhattan | 2020
    • Madison Avenue expects to welcome British couture house Ralph & Russo—led by husband and wife Australian design team—frequented by celebrities and royalty alike.
  • Tiffany & Co. Flagship | Manhattan | 2021
    • A $250 million renovation is underway at this iconic Fifth Avenue destination. Shoppers can enjoy the 182-year-old jewelry brand at 6 E. 57th St. in the interim.