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Indochino To Open on Madison Avenue
Indochino, the global leader in made to measure apparel, is opening its third Manhattan location. Indochino will be joining fellow online retail upstarts, Jack Erwin, Untuckit and Bonobos at The Feil Organization’s 488 Madison Avenue. The establishment of brick-and-mortar stores by online retailers follows a growing trend of “clicks to bricks”. Indochino also operates two additional Manhattan locations in Soho and the Financial District with a total of 34 Showrooms across the US and Canada.
Bulletin Opens Third Manhattan Location
Women-led and NYC-based concept store, Bulletin, opened its third Manhattan location at 863 Broadway in Union Square. Bulletin was created as a space where women-owned internet brands could rent sections of the store month-to-month and sell their products in a physical retail location. Outside of Union Square, Bulletin has locations in Nolita and Williamsburg, with plans to continue to grow across the country .
Bestseller To Open Soho Showroom
Family-owned Danish clothing company, Bestseller, is relocating from its space in the Garment District to 96 Spring Street in Soho. The company plans to use the space as a showroom to display products to its wholesale clients. Bestseller provides affordable fashion for men, women, and children with a portfolio of over 20 different brands. 96 Spring Street is also home to athleisure brand Alo Yoga offering yoga, fitness apparel, and a coffee bar.
State & Liberty Opens First New York City Pop-Up
State & Liberty, an American menswear company that sells athletic fit performance fabric menswear, opened its first New York City location at 57 Spring Street in NoLita. The company was founded by two University of Michigan graduates who are on a mission to provide athletes a true fit dress shirt. State & Liberty’s product line includes dress shirts, polos, and overcoats. In addition to New York City, they currently have pop-up locations in Boston, Washington, D.C., and Chicago.
Bishops Cut & Color Opens First Barbershop in Manhattan
Bishops Cuts & Color, founded in Portland, Oregon, will open its first New York City location in the West Village at 10 Downing Street. The company offers a full service menu of cuts and color and fosters a culture where people can be their unique selves. Customers can expect a laid back atmosphere, curated music videos playing on TVS, and free beer (for those 21+). Bishops is emerging as a national presence in hair care with affordable prices, giving back to non-profits, and making self-care accessible to all.
CHAINLINKS RETAIL ADVISORS
The Dartmouth Company is the Northeast partner of ChainLinks, a leading retail-only real estate service and commercial property brokerage organization in North America, serving America’s premier retailers, landlords, and investors. Comprised of privately-owned, entrepreneurial companies in 60+ cities, our member offices offer many services. ChainLinks provides a framework for its 600+ retail broker specialists to service clients.
THE INTERNATIONAL RETAIL NETWORK
The Dartmouth Company is the U.S. partner of The International Retail Network, a group of industry-leading retail real estate professionals from eight different countries. TIRN has offices in London, Paris, Madrid, Dublin, Cologne, Brussels, Geneva, and New York City. TIRN real estate advisors exclusively represent hundreds of retailers, restaurants, investors, developers, and landlords throughout Europe and North America.