NEW YORK — Barneys New York wants to recapture some of its downtown glow — and may do it with a second Manhattan flagship.
Sources said the retailer is looking for multiple real-estate options downtown, including the potential of a new flagship with its own Co-Op department. The moves come as Barneys confirmed plans to close its Co-Op on West 18th Street on March 1.
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