Luxury travel accessories maker Tumi is expanding its New York City office and showroom space at 261 Fifth Avenue, expanding from 9,735 square feet to 14,047 square feet.
Tumi will inherit showroom and workspace from textile company Chenab USA, which willdownsize its space on the 21st floor of the Feil Organization-owned building, said people familiar with the deal.
A pair of space-suited astronaut arms reaches out from a wall on the ground floor of 75 Wall Street, flanking a television that plays an animation of a control panel whose hand-drawn screen flashes the word “FAILURE,” followed by “SUCCESS.”
The artwork, “Jupiter Mission,” by the artist team Pamela Reed and Matthew Rader, was unintentionally Read More
Despite the truckloads of statistics floating around lately indicating that U.S. consumer confidence is plummeting (not to mention the millions of tax rebate checks in the mail), the city’s retailers seem convinced that New Yorkers will continue to shop, recession or not.
Monday brought a flood of new retail news, some of it reflective Read More