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The Power of Three

A trio of luxury brands is coming to a neighborhood better known for bargains and stereos.


The freedom tower has barely nudged above sea level, but the retail scene of the financial district is beginning to take off. With bonuses swelling and fancy condos popping up, lower Manhattan shopping is suddenly an interesting high-low grab bag, where Hermès (4,000 square feet, June 21 opening), Thomas Pink (3,000 square feet, June 25 opening), and Tiffany & Co. (7,600 square feet, opening this fall) will be the neighbors of less-tony stalwarts like Bolton’s, J&R Music World, and, of course, the beloved Century 21. Here, a forecast of the new neighborhood.

1. Hermès 15 Broad St., nr. Exchange Pl.; 212-785-3030

2. Tiffany & Co. 37 Wall St., nr. Broad St.

3. Thomas Pink 63 Wall St., nr. Hanover St.; 212-514-7683

4. Men’s Warehouse 115 Broadway, at Cedar St.; 212-233-0675

5. Aerosoles 2 Broadway, nr. Battery Pl.; 212-514-5579

6. Century 21 22 Cortlandt St., nr. Church St.; 212-227-9092

7. Barclay Rex 75 Broad St., nr. Beaver St.; 212-962-3355

8. Bolton’s 95 Wall St., at Water St.; 212-558-6640

9. Borders 100 Broadway, at Pine St.; 212-964-1988

10. Brooks Brothers 1 Church St., at Liberty Plaza; 212-267-2400

11. Strand Book Annex 95 Fulton St., nr. Gold St.; 212-732-6070

12. J&R Computer World 15 Park Row, nr. Ann St.; 212-238-9000

13. Syms 42 Trinity Pl., nr. Rector St.; 212-797-1199

14. Cohen’s Fashion Optical 33 Maiden Lane, nr. Nassau St.; 212-232-0065

15. Radio Shack 9 Broadway, nr. Beaver St.; 212-482-8138

16. Ann Taylor Loft 2 Broadway, nr. Beaver St.; 212-809-1435


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