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Dutch dresser creates a Brookfield Place flagship

Brookfield Place announced that Suitsupply has expanded its store in the downtown shopping center.

MICHAEL GOLDBAN

The retailer added 3,903 s/f to its 1,900 s/f space, creating a flagship location with a new modern design showcasing a large collection and signature in-store tailoring services that is located at 230 Vesey Street.

“We value Suitsupply as a longtime tenant and are excited to announce the opening of their expanded store,” said Michael Goldban, Senior Vice President Retail Leasing at Brookfield Properties.

“This addition demonstrates the value of a Brookfield Place address, and we are proud to be a home base for sought-after brands like Suitsupply.”

“We’ve enjoyed a prosperous and mutually beneficial relationship with Brookfield Place for two years now. Our sales here have grown steadily, as has the clientele that frequents this important hub in downtown NYC. Our store expansion is a logical response to the increasing interest and growth we’ve experienced at Brookfield Place, and we’re excited to see the great things that continue to come through this unique partnership,” said Suitsupply CEO & Founder, Fokke de Jong.

Suitsupply is a men’s fashion brand founded in 2000 by Fokke de Jong in Amsterdam.

The brand is known for choosing unconventional retail locations and uses fabrics sourced from the historic mills of Italy such as Vitale Barberis Canonico and Reda for its products. Its suits are made in China.

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