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Astor & Black's new office is projected to be January 2011

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Nov '10
The fastest growing custom clothier in the world has recently purchased a beautiful brick building in the heart of downtown Columbus. After tremendous growth for the past 6 years, Astor & Black's corporate office will be moving to 81 South 5th Street. This expansive new location will house not only the corporate team, but also a retail showroom, Scotch bar, and weekly visits by a traditional gentlemen's barber.

"The increase in space is long overdue," says Founder and CEO, David Schottenstein. "We are extremely happy to finally have a permanent home in downtown Columbus, a city we are proud to be based in. This building will allow for our continued expansion as well as our plans for an old world haberdashery with Scotch bar and barbershop services. It will be the ultimate gentlemen's destination." The official opening of Astor & Black's new office is projected to be January 2011.

Notably, Astor & Black has recently been named in Business First's Fast 50 list (fastest-growing emerging companies in Central Ohio) for the 4th year and has officially announced its partnership with Bentley Motors of America. For every new Bentley vehicle purchased in the U.S. and Canada, Bentley will be gifting its clients with a custom-made suit, custom-made shirt, and handmade tie from Astor & Black. These are just two great accomplishments in the long list of recognitions for the company.

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