NEW YORK — Brooks Brothers opened its fourth store in Manhattan last weekend—a 9,300-square-foot jewel box in the shadow of Lincoln Center.
The two-level unit, in a new residential building on the corner of 65th and Broadway, joins the Madison Avenue flagship, a unit at Fifth and 53rd and 1 Liberty Plaza downtown. It is the smallest of the four, which cuts down on the selection it can offer, but is expected to do the same volume—around $1,000 a square foot—according to Claudio Del Vecchio, Brooks’ CEO.
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