Tiffany’s is Heading to Wall Street

37 Wall Tiffanys is Heading to Wall Street
37 Wall Street

After a record-breaking bonus season, it makes sense that Tiffany & Co. would look to Wall Street for a new location.

In fall 2007, the jewelry company will open up a store at 37 Wall Street, according to a release. An agreement was struck between Tiffany’s CEO Michael J. Kowalski and developer Orin Wilf (who’s also behind the Peter Marino-designed 170 East End Avenue).

Designed by architect Francis Kimball in 1906-07, the Beaux Arts-style building is being restored by Costas Kondylis. In addition to the 7,700-square-foot commercial space for Tiffany’s, there will be 373 luxury rental apartments.

Michael Calderone

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