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David Yurman Moving Flagship to 57th Street

Jewelry designer David Yurman is moving its flagship store from the Upper East to Midtown. The 5,000-square-foot location at 5 E. 57th St., a boutique office and retail property managed by Duell Management Systems, is scheduled to open its doors in the second half of 2019.

“57th Street was a natural choice,” said CEO David Yurman (above right). “We are on one of the greatest shopping streets in the world—it attracts an international customer and is on par with the prestigious shopping destinations around the world.”

Located between Fifth and Madison avenues, the future David Yurman space is currently occupied by a temporary Chanel boutique. The three-floor boutique will showcase the latest David Yurman collections and will feature a curation of Yurman product across all categories.

When it opens, the David Yurman townhouse at 712 Madison Ave. will close. The brand’s downtown boutique will remain on Prince and Greene in SoHo.

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