In a story about how business in SoHo has been impacted since last September’s terrorist attacks on page 6, Wednesday, customers were characterized as being generally value-oriented. Comments from Caroline Banker, executive vice president of Insignia Douglas Elliman, may have implied that Chanel’s business, in particular, was suffering as a result.

However, Chanel, which has a store at 139 Spring Street in that lower Manhattan neighborhood, reports sales at that unit continue to be in excess of $1,000 a square foot, with 40 percent coming from ready-to-wear, according to Barbara Cirkva, executive vice president at the luxury goods firm.

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