Brookfield Place Is Becoming A Mecca For Men’s Fashion

Downtown’s Brookfield Place, also owned by Brookfield Property Partners, is turning into a men’s mecca.

European suitmaker Suitsupply, known for its revolutionary marketing and unique locations, just leased 1,600 square feet on the second floor in an area of the sprawling complex known as the retail courtyard.

This courtyard is just off Vesey Street across from the Goldman Sachs building and has a newly open Starbucks Reserve that, through an abundance of customers, has enlivened the second floor. That area also houses the clicks-to-bricks men’s shop Bonobos, along with other retailers. And in February, Saks Fifth Avenue will open on that floor to the west, off the 250 Vesey St. entrance.

Suitsupply, which will open late next winter, was represented by its vice president, Nish de Gruiter, while Michael Goldban and Mark Kostic represented Brookfield in-house.
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“When we are leasing, we are looking for fashion-forward brands appealing to consumers that care about how they look and want best-in-class retailers,” said Goldban. “Suitsupply is a growing brand with a loyal clientele and fits in with the downtown workers and residents.”

Suitsupply will join men’s luxury retailers including Burberry, Gucci, Ermenegildo Zegna, Hickey Freeman, Paul Smith, Kamakura Shirts and the new Saks Men’s. The larger Saks Fifth Avenue in the south portion of the complex opened last fall.

Source : http://nypost.com/2017/01/11/brookfield-place-is-becoming-a-mecca-for-mens-fashion/

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