July 27, 2020
A year after the 188,000-square-foot Neiman Marcus store at Hudson Yards opened, it’s going dark for good. The Dallas-based retailer, which declared bankruptcy in May, is closing the Far West Side store along with locations in Bellevue, WA and in two South Florida cities.
“A physical location in Hudson Yards is no longer an ideal space for us given the preponderance of restaurants and future office space in that mall,” a Neiman Marcus spokesman told CNBC.
A spokesperson for Related Cos., which co-developed the Hudson Yards mega-project with Oxford Properties, said the closure “opens up a great opportunity to create incredibly attractive office space with the largest floor plates available in New York City, a private ground floor entrance, and 18-foot-high ceilings at 20 Hudson Yards.”
The spokesperson added, “We look forward to welcoming the designer brands who drove Neiman Marcus’ sales to their own stores in the retail center.”
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