Gucci flagship store 5th Avenue, New York

June 28th, 2011 by retail design blog

A towering glass edifice in the heart of Manhattan, Gucci’s newest New York store is a grand architectural endeavour that has become a global shopping destination. Situated at 725 5th Avenue, the store covers an area of 46,000 square feet gross that spans three spacious, warm, light-infused floors. Impressive in both size and scope, this new flagship is the world’s largest Gucci store. It is a true original within the Italian luxury brand’s expansive retail network.

This flagship also features a freestanding fine jewellery store that is attached to the main flagship on the top floor. With a separate edifice and entrance, this chic stand-alone boutique provides maximum impact to Gucci’s growing jewellery division. The three story space is characterized by intimate areas for viewing fine jewellery, watches, and fashion jewellery.

http://www.gucci.com

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