Madison Avenue Welcomes Nineteen New Stores In First Half Of 2010

Madison Avenue Business Improvement District Announces Opening of New Brands New York, NY (July 6, 2010) -- The Madison Avenue Business Improvement District (BID) today released its First Half report for new store openings on Madison Avenue between 57th and 86th Streets.

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New York, NY (PRWEB) July 6, 2010

Between January 1 and June 30, 2010, the following stores, salons, galleries & restaurants have opened on Madison Avenue:

  •     Alexis Bittar (jewelry), 1100 Madison Avenue (82-83)
  •     Bel Ami (café), 30 East 68 Street (at Madison Avenue)
  •     Brunello Cucinelli (fashion & accessories), 683 Madison Avenue (61-62)
  •     David Benrimon Fine Art (art gallery), 21 East 65 Street (at Madison Avenue)
  •     Gem Galleries (jewelry & antiques), 40 East 58 Street (at Madison Avenue)
  •     Girard-Perregaux (timepieces), 701 Madison Avenue (62-63)
  •     Hermès Madison for Men (fashion & accessories), 690 Madison Avenue (62-63)
  •     Ildikó Gál (shoes), 790 Madison Avenue (66-67)
  •     In&Out Different Beauty (skin care & cosmetics), 1007 Madison Avenue (77-78)
  •     J. Crew Bridal (bridal boutique), 769 Madison Avenue (65-66)
  •     Lederer (leather goods), 625 Madison Avenue (58-59)
  •     Metodo Rossano Ferretti (salon), 595 Madison Avenue (57-58)
  •     Monnalisa (children’s apparel), 1088 Madison Avenue (81-82)
  •     Nailya Alexander Gallery (art gallery), 595 Madison Avenue (57-58)
  •     Sartoriani (fashion & accessories), 595 Madison Avenue (57-58)
  •     Stellan Holm Gallery (art gallery), 1018 Madison Avenue (78-79)
  •     The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges, 25 East 77 Street (at Madison Avenue)
  •     Track & Field (athletic apparel), 997 Madison Avenue (77-78)
  •     Wendt Gallery (art gallery), 595 Madison Avenue (57-58)

“Virtually every niche in the luxury marketplace is represented among our latest arrivals” said Matthew Bauer, President of the Madison Avenue Business Improvement District (BID). “Along with our newest brands, the recently completed expansions at David Yurman and Longchamp reflect the allure of Madison Avenue to the world’s finest retailers as well as the breadth and depth of the offerings available to clients at our boutiques.”

ABOUT MADISON AVENUE
Madison Avenue, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, is North America’s premier luxury district. Some of the most sought-after real estate in the world, Madison Avenue features the flagship boutiques of the finest European and American designers, over one hundred world class art galleries, exquisite restaurants, dozens of spas and salons for exclusive pampering, six internationally renowned hotels, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Madison Avenue exhibits timeless elegance with a contemporary flavor that is distinctively New York. This boulevard of understated charm is sure to entice your senses with indulgences from all corners of the globe.

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