Nordstrom Rack To Open Second Manhattan Store

Seattle — Seattle-based Nordstrom, Inc. plans to open a second Nordstrom Rack in Manhattan at The Durst Organization's 855 6th Avenue. The approximately 46,500-square-foot store is scheduled to open in fall 2017.

Nordstrom Rack will occupy the first three floors of the newly constructed office/residential tower. The location is two blocks from Herald Square.

"We are thrilled to announce a second Nordstrom Rack store in Manhattan," says Karen McKibbin, president of Nordstrom Rack. "Having a store near Herald Square — one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the world — is very exciting for us, and we look forward to offering visitors and residents of New York an additional location to shop with us."

This will be the second Nordstrom Rack store in Manhattan. The company also plans to open a Manhattan flagship Nordstrom store in 2019.

"We are proud to welcome Nordstrom Rack to 855 Sixth Avenue," says Jonathan (Jody) Durst, president of The Durst Organization. "With 375 rental units, 150,000 square feet of office space and now 46,500 square feet of retail, the building is a perfect reflection of the diversity, energy and connectivity of the NoMad neighborhood. We look forward to many years of success with Nordstrom Rack at 855."

The Durst Organization was represented in-house by Robert K. Futterman & Associates, LLC. Nordstrom, Inc, was represented by Crown Retail Services, LLC.

Nordstrom Rack is the off-price retail division of Nordstrom, Inc., is a leading fashion specialty retailer based in the U.S. Founded in 1901 as a shoe store in Seattle, today Nordstrom operates 349 stores in 40 states, including 123 full-line stores in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico; 215 Nordstrom Rack stores; two Jeffrey boutiques; and two clearance stores.

The Durst Organization, founded in 1915 by Joseph Durst, is the owner, manager and builder of 13 million square feet of premiere Manhattan office towers and 1,950 residential rental units with 3,400 in development. For more information, visit www.durst.org.

SOURCE: Nordstrom, Inc.

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