By  on January 26, 2018

Zara’s first store in New York is set to shutter later this year, according to a $15 million lawsuit launched by a landlord.

International Plaza Associates, the owner of 750 Lexington Avenue, an uptown address on the east side of Manhattan where Zara opened its first New York store 30 years ago, is accusing the retailer of improperly breaking a lease extension agreement by planning to close the location in September.

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