The venerable New York-based specialty store will open a nearly 10,000-square-foot store at the new CityCenterDC development next spring. This will mark the first U.S. addition for the retailer since it was acquired by Mitsui & Co. in late 2012. Paul Stuart operates a 60,000-square-foot flagship on 45th Street and Madison Avenue in New York as well as two units in Chicago on LaSalle Street and Oak Street. Outside the U.S., there are two Paul Stuart flagships in Tokyo — in Aoyama and Ginza — as well as about 100 in-store shops in department stores and outlet centers throughout Japan. When Mitsui acquired Paul Stuart, the Japanese conglomerate said it would expand the store’s presence in the U.S. and Asia.
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