More than 2 million square feet of new or repositioned retail slated for Lower Manhattan

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Brookfield Place:
40 retailers totaling 200,000 s.f. will open by spring 2015, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Hermès, J.Crew, Theory, Le District French marketplace, and Hudson Eats – a collection of 14 fast-casual eateries

World Trade Center:
150 retailers totaling 350,000 s.f. will open in summer 2015, including Mario Batali’s Eataly, Jones the Grocer, Hugo Boss, and Michael Kors

Broadway Spine:
Saks Off 5th, Zara, Anthropologie, and Gap will open soon, joining Century 21, Tiffany & Co., Sephora, Urban Outfitters, Loft, and many others

Fulton Center:
65,000 s.f. delivered in November 2014

28 Liberty Street:
200,000 s.f. undergoing approvals

South Street Seaport:
365,000 s.f. undergoing approvals

Source: Alliance for Downtown New York, JLL Research

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