Madison Avenue Welcomes Fourteen New Stores in Second Half of 2011

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The Madison Avenue Business Improvement District (BID) today released its Second Half report for new store openings on Madison Avenue between East 57th and East 86th Streets.

Madison Avenue, Upper East Side, Manhattan

"This has been a period of tremendous investment and re-investment on Madison Avenue," said Matthew Bauer, President of the Madison Avenue BID.

Between July 1 and December 31, 2011, the following stores and restaurants have opened on Madison Avenue:

Bottega Veneta (fashion & accessories), 849 Madison Avenue (70-71)
Buccellati (jewelry), 810 Madison Avenue (67-68)
Crown (restaurant), 24 East 81 Street (at Madison Avenue)
Escada (fashion & accessories), 747 Madison Avenue (64-65)
Il Gufo (children’s fashion & accessories), 962 Madison Avenue (75-76)
Joe Fresh (fashion & accessories), 1055 Madison Avenue (80-81)
Ladurée (macarons & sweets), 864 Madison Avenue (70-71)
Lululemon Athletica (athletic apparel), 1146 Madison Avenue (84-85)
Pretty Ballerinas (shoes), 27 East 67 Street (at Madison Avenue)
Sean (fashion & accessories), 1118 Madison Avenue (83-84)
Theory (fashion & accessories), 755 Madison Avenue (65-66)
Tory Burch (fashion & accessories), 797 Madison Avenue (67-68)
Vacheron Constantin (fine timepieces), 729 Madison Avenue (63-64)
Vertu (mobile telephones & electronics), 703 Madison Avenue (62-63)

“This has been a period of tremendous investment and re-investment on Madison Avenue,” said Matthew Bauer, President of the Madison Avenue Business Improvement District (BID). “The new luxury brands that have joined our roster are an exciting mix of high fashion, high watchmaking, high-tech and high cuisine. But Madison Avenue was also known for its “haute construction” as Aaron Basha, Alain Mikli, Barneys New York, Calypso St. Barth, Fogal, Lana Marks, Loro Piana, Mauboussin, Roberto Cavalli, Valentino and Vilebrequin reaffirmed their commitment to Madison Avenue by remodeling their existing boutiques or opening at new locations within the district.”

Madison Avenue, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, is North America’s premier luxury district. Featuring some of the most sought-after real estate in the world, Madison Avenue features the flagship boutiques of the finest European and American designers, world class art galleries, exquisite restaurants, spas and salons for exclusive pampering, 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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