NEW YORK — Pink has joined the migration of retailers to Wall Street.
The company on Monday opened a 3,000-square-foot store at 63 Wall Street at the corner of Hanover Street. One-third of the unit's space is devoted to women's wear, which has its own entrance on Hanover Street. The store is projected to generate $4 million to $5 million in sales in the first year, said Robert Dundon, president of Pink.
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