By  on October 4, 2019

One-hundred and thirteen years after historic boutique Gump’s burned down and was rebuilt, San Francisco’s oldest store is ready for another resurrection.

After closing up shop in December, the luxury specialty store was salvaged by New York investment banker John Chachas and his family, who plan to reopen in the city’s Union Square area on Monday.

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