18/06/2024 9:04 AM


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French Boutique Celine Coming To Chicago’s “Ultra-Expensive” Shopping District


Celine's Séverine Merle's with 939 North Rush Street

Celine’s Séverine Merle’s with 939 North Hurry Road (Google Maps, ESSEC Alumni)

One more substantial-close retailer is relocating into the Gold Coastline searching district.

French trend home Celine, a LVMH-owned brand name, is opening a boutique on Hurry Avenue, near the Waldorf Astoria lodge, Crain’s reported. It is leasing 4,900 sq. ft at 939 North Hurry Avenue, becoming a member of luxury vendors like Brunello Cucinelli, Versace and Dior that have contributed to the neighborhood’s picture as an “ultra-expensive” browsing desired destination.

The storefront is a new two-tale developing designed by JMB Realty. Brunello Cucinelli was formerly positioned there just before it moved subsequent door in 2021. The new place will be the very first Midwest shop for Celine, which sells its products and solutions at the nearby Neiman Marcus retail store at 737 N. Michigan Avenue on the Outstanding Mile. Houston’s Silvestri Investments acquired the four-tale Neiman Marcus shop in May for $94 million from UBS Realty.

The north conclusion of the Mag Mile, just north of Neiman Marcus, has been especially distressed, with the owner of the Water Tower Position vertical shopping mall established to hand the keys back again to its loan provider. On the other end of the road, retail landlord Macerich sold its 50 % stake in The Shops at North Bridge setting up for $21 million, a fraction of the $515 million that it and its spouse, the Alaska Everlasting Fund, paid in 2008.

When Disney announced it would near its retail store at the corner ton at 717 N. Michigan Avenue in August, it was a hit for the owners, authentic estate investment decision belief Acadia Realty, which paid out $104 million for the residence in 2017.

Acadia Realty is on the verge of feeling even more discomfort on the Magnificent Mile. Swedish retailer H&M is hunting for a scaled-down space to transfer into from its 4-story, 60,000-sq.-foot store at 840 North Michigan Avenue, an Acadia-owned making that the tenant has occupied for just about two many years.

[CCB] — Victoria Pruitt 


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