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Chaps & Co Will Open First U.S. Salon in NoMad

Men’s grooming salon Chaps & Co, with multiple locations in the United Arab Emirates, is coming to the U.S. via a location at 1165 Broadway in NoMad. The brand signed an 821-square-foot, 10-year lease in a transaction arranged by RIPCO for its first shop in this country.

RIPCO’s Lindsay Zegans and Richard Skulnik represented Chaps & Co in the transaction and were instrumental in bringing the renowned grooming brand to the U.S. for the first time. CBRE’s Amira Yunis and Anthony Stanford represented the landlord.

“Chaps & Co relied on our expertise to introduce its brand, known throughout Dubai and Abu Dhabi as a leader in men’s grooming, to Manhattan,” said Zegans. “We were able to identify the ideal location in NoMad for Chaps & Co’s first U.S. outpost.”

Image courtesy of Chaps & Co.

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