New Yorker opens flagship store in Amsterdam
German fashion chain New Yorker will open its flagship store in Amsterdam in the second quarter of 2007 at Nieuwendijk 156-160. The store will have a total area of around 2,278 m2.
New Yorker currently has 10 stores in the Netherlands, and its 11th will open today.
The new New Yorker on Nieuwendijk will have an entrance hall of around 64 m2 on the ground floor and approximately 2,216 m2 of retail space on the first floor. The first-floor store will take the space currently occupied by Food Plaza, Duo Sports and Bart Smit.
The complex on Nieuwendijk is currently still known as De Kolk retail complex. When New Yorker arrives, this will change. The complex will be converted into three individual retail units with three top-class tenants. The two existing tenants are Hennes & Mauritz and Kruidvat, which also have entrance halls on the ground floor.
Cushman & Wakefield together with Haverkort O.G. advised the owner of De Kolk, Kroonenberg Groep.
DTZ Zadelhoff and Trimp & Van Tartwijk Property Consultants acted for New Yorker.
The rental price that will be paid is in line with the market.