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Nordstrom adds another local store

Nordstrom will continue its expansion in New York City by adding two more service hubs.

Nordstrom Local Upper East Side (1273 3rd Avenue between 73rd and 74th Street) and Nordstrom Local West Village (13 7th Avenue between 11th and 12th Street) both opened in September.

Nordstrom Local is a service hub located in neighborhoods where Nordstrom customers live and work. In addition to the Nordstrom Locals in New York City, there are three other locations in California: Melrose, Brentwood and Downtown Los Angeles.

Customers at Nordstrom Local can access services like online order pick-up, fast and easy returns, and alterations. They can also get style consultations, shoe, handbag and small leather goods repair, gift wrapping and, on the Upper East Side, stroller cleanings through Tot Squad.

The 2,200 s/f West Village location offers a rotating selection of products from Pop-In by Olivia Kim.

Both hubs will serve as a community meeting location for networking and family driven events and serve as a drop off point for gently used fashions to be donated to the charity Housing Works.

“Nordstrom Local is about giving customers more access to brands and styles they love, to try on or take home in a fast and convenient way. We hope to make shopping easy by being closer to where our customers live and work,” said Jamie Nordstrom, president, Nordstrom stores.

“Whether it is our Nordstrom Local locations on the Upper East Side and in the West Village, our new Flagship opening in October, or our Nordstrom Rack locations across the city, we want to bring the added convenience of services such as online order pick-up, fast and easy returns, alterations, styling and more as close to customers as possible.”

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