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Destination XL to open first Manhattan store
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Mar '14
Destination XL Group, Inc., the largest retailer of big and tall men’s apparel and accessories, announced that it will open its first Manhattan store featuring its upscale shopping experience catered to the specific needs of the big and tall men’s consumer. The store is expected to open this June.
 
Located in the heart of Chelsea at 699 Sixth Avenue, the new DXL stores represent the company’s superstore format, with a merchandise offering of more than 40 premium brands including True Religion, Michael Kors, Lacoste, and Brooks Brothers, as well as its own private label styles.
 
As part of the company’s new redesign, the store will feature wider aisles and larger fitting rooms, as well as sofas, chairs and flat-screen televisions. There are currently 102 additional DXL stores throughout the country.
 
“We’re thrilled to be opening our first Manhattan store,” said Destination XL President and CEO David Levin. “As we continue to reinvent and modernize the retail experience and merchandise offering for today’s savvy big and tall consumer, our new Chelsea location offers the ideal space to serve our diverse customer base.”
 
Brandan Singer and Joanne Podell of Cushman Wakefield represented Destination XL. David LaPierre and Sean Moran from CBRE Group served as the landlord’s agents.
 
About Destination XL Group, Inc.
Destination XL Group, Inc. is the largest multi-channel specialty retailer of big & tall men's apparel with operations throughout the United States, Canada and in London, England. The retailer operates under six brands: Destination XL, Casual Male XL, Rochester Clothing, B&T Factory Direct, ShoesXL and LivingXL. 

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