Tommy Hilfiger to open global flagship in Manhattan
Seattle Tommy Hilfiger Group has announced the September opening of its global flagship, located on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue. The 22,000-sq.-ft. store, located in the former Fortunoff location, will be the largest Tommy Hilfiger store worldwide.
Designed by the Tommy Hilfiger creative team in partnership with Callison, Seattle, the store’s interior features a dramatic, modern centralized staircase that doubles as a viewing platform for a revolving art installation and spans a total of four levels. Designed digitally, the staircase resembles a floating sculpture that provides continuous views of Fifth Avenue, complete with Brazilian cherry treads and glass railing.
Jimmy Jazz expands in N.C. market
Charlotte, N.C. Jimmy Jazz, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based urban clothing and footwear retailer, has added two stores in North Carolina. The new locations opened Thursday at Carolina Place Mall in Pineville and Charlotte’s Northlake Mall.
Since the start of 2009, Jimmy Jazz has added stores in Raleigh-Durham and Winston-Salem. Other locations in the North Carolina market include Fayetteville, Cary and Greensboro.
New tenants to open in Riverwood Town Center
Evans, Ga. Crosland LLC announced on Wednesday that several new businesses are slated to open at the end of this year in Riverwood Town Center, including Great Clips (1,200 sq. ft.), Sky Nails (1,300 sq. ft.), White House Cleaners (1,300 sq. ft.) and Woody’s Spirits (2,100 sq. ft.).