Armani to debut first junior flagship in U.S.
New York — Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Retail Group said it has orchestrated a long-term lease for the first Armani Junior standalone flagship in the United States at 1225 Madison Avenue, on the northeast corner at 88th Street in Manhattan.
Neighboring retailers along the corridor include Brooks Brothers, Ankasa, Jacadi, Rachel Riley, J.Crew, Buckhouse, Jack Rogers, Joie, Koos, Intimacy, Ann Crabtree, Rose Pope Maternity and The Shoe Box.
HomeGoods to open store in Simsbury Commons
Simsbury, Conn. — Charter Realty & Development said it has leased 23,500 sq. ft. to HomeGoods in Simsbury, Conn.
HomeGoods, a TJX banner, will be opening in Simsbury Commons Shopping Center in a former Borders location, joining Stop & Shop, Bed Bath & Beyond, Hoyt Cinema and Bob’s Store.
The 256,497-sq.-ft. center is owned by Columbia, S.C.-based EDENS.
Charter Realty & Development represents TJX Cos., including HomeGoods, T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, throughout the eastern half of the United States.
Gregory’s Coffee adds fifth location in Manhattan
New York — Gregorys Coffee said Thursday it has executed a new lease at 874 6th Avenue (Between 31st and 32nd St.) in Herald Square, as part of the expansion efforts of the coffee shop chain throughout Manhattan.
The new site is scheduled to open its doors in June.
The two-story location will feature 1,000 sq. ft. on the second floor, set up as a training center.