Madison Avenue Welcomes Seventeen New Retailers in Second Half of 2017
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 Madison Avenue Welcomes Seventeen New Retailers in Second Half of 2017

 Madison Avenue Welcomes Seventeen New Retailers in Second Half of 2017

 Madison Avenue Welcomes Seventeen New Retailers in Second Half of 2017


NEW YORK, NY (January 4, 2018) — The Madison Avenue Business Improvement District (BID) today released its Second Half 2017 report for new store openings on Madison Avenue between East 57th and East 86th Streets.

Between July 1 and December 31, 2017, the following boutiques and galleries have opened on Madison Avenue: 

Apriati (jewelry): 655 Madison Avenue

Barrington Fine Arts (fine art): 686 Madison Avenue

Boers-Li Gallery (fine art): 24 East 81 Street, 4th Fl.

Daniel Crouch Rare Books (antique books & maps): 24 East 64 Street

Everafter Shop (children’s apparel & accessories): 1121 Madison Avenue

Ghurka (leather goods): 831 Madison Avenue

Jackie Rogers (fashion & accessories): 790 Madison Avenue

John Paul Ataker (fashion & accessories): 804 Madison Avenue

Koio (footwear): 1086 Madison Avenue

Lutwyche (fashion & accessories): 717 Madison Avenue

Mackintosh (outerwear): 833 Madison Avenue

Mignoni Gallery (fine art): 960 Madison Avenue

Nora Gardner (fashion & accessories): 40 East 58 Street

Peloton (fitness equipment): 1156 Madison Avenue

Radiance Aesthetics & Wellness (beauty & spa): 635 Madison Avenue, 4th Fl.

Stella McCartney (fashion & accessories): 929 Madison Avenue

Vinotherapie Spa by Caudalie (spa): 819 Madison Avenue, 4th Fl. 

“This is a particularly exciting grouping of new retailers, for they span from the most high-profile fashion brands to the newest entrants to the luxury marketplace who have brought their “downtown” aesthetic to the Upper East Side,” said Matthew Bauer, President of the Madison Avenue Business Improvement District (BID). “We are also pleased by the growth of the gallery community within the district, further cementing Madison Avenue role in the world’s fine art scene. Reinvestment in Madison Avenue continues apace, as de Grisogono, Eleuteri, Eton and Max Mara have each opened redesigned locations within the district during this period.”

Madison Avenue, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, is North America’s largest 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; celebrated restaurants; spas and salons for exclusive pampering; five internationally renowned hotels, over one hundred galleries, and The Met Breuer museum. Madison Avenue exhibits timeless elegance with a contemporary flavor that is distinctively New York.

Contact: Matthew Bauer, 212-861-2055, ###