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Todd Snyder to open first US store at Moinian’s 60 Madison

Luxury menswear brand will take 5,700 square feet

March 21, 2016 09:32AM

Joe Moinian Todd Snyder 60 Madison Avenue

From left: Joe Moinian (credit: STUDIO SCRIVO), Todd Snyder and 60 Madison Avenue in NoMad

Flatiron District-based men’s fashion brand Todd Snyder is set to open its first stateside retail store.

The label, founded by designer Todd Snyder, will take 5,700 square feet at the base of the Moinian Group’s 60 Madison Avenue, just a few blocks from the company’s 27 West 20th Street offices, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Snyder founded the brand in 2011, and its clothes have been marketed by other outlets including Bergdorf Goodman and Barney’s New York. The company operates four retail stores Japan, including a Tokyo location that features a tailor shop, a barber and a whiskey bar.

Steve Asch of City Connections Realty represented Todd Snyder. Ross Burack of the Winick Realty Group represented long-time owner Moinian.

The 13-story, 169,00-square-foot office building is located near the hub of New York’s technology sector.

“We dress younger techie guys but we also dress guys who go into boardrooms,” Snyder told the Journal.

The new store, the street address of which will be 23 East 26th Street, is set to open in October. [WSJ, first item]Ariel Stulberg

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