Designer Clothing Store Expands Lease by 2K SF in Brookfield Place
Suitsupply has expanded their lease by 2,003 square feet in Brookfield Place at 230 Vesey Street, between Liberty and Fulton Streets in the Financial District, Commercial Observer has learned.
The high-end men’s fashion store now occupies 3,903 square feet in the shopping center, previously known as the World Financial Center, in Battery Park, according to information from property owner Brookfield. They originally leased 1,900 square feet when they first opened in 2017, according to The New York Post.
“We’ve enjoyed a prosperous and mutually beneficial relationship with Brookfield Place for two years now,” said Suitsupply CEO & Founder, Fokke de Jong. Jong said the business expanded because of customers’ “increasing interest” in the store.
The Dutch designer brand signed a 10-year lease for the space. Suitsupply was represented in-house, as was Brookfield by Michael Goldban and Mark Kostic.
The expansion lease was signed earlier this year, and Suitsupply is currently occupying their new space, according to a Brookfield spokeswoman. Other fashion tenants in the building include men’s dress shirts and accessory store Kamakura Shirts, Swiss watch company Omega and British designer store Paul Smith.