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Luxury hatmaker Ryan Ramelow will open a SoHo store within Manhattan Skyline’s 10-building Sullivan Mews apartments

Hatmaker Ryan Ramelow Commits to SoHo Location 

Manhattan Skyline Management Corp. said that luxury hatmaker Ryan Ramelow will open its first retail location in Manhattan at 107 Sullivan St. between Prince and Spring streets in SoHo. The store will occupy 946 square feet across the ground floor and basement levels, with 10 feet of store frontage on Sullivan Street. 

“We’re so pleased to welcome Ryan Ramelow to our roster of retail tenants in Downtown Manhattan and support the brand’s continued growth in New York City,” said Joshua Roth, SVP of retail at Manhattan Skyline. “Ryan is a true craftsman with an eye for superb quality, and we know his stylish offerings and personal service will appeal to SoHo’s discerning shoppers.” 

Ramelow’s new outpost, formerly occupied by Spring Dry Cleaner, will be located at the base of one of the buildings in Manhattan Skyline’s 10-building Sullivan Mews apartments. Roth represented Manhattan Skyline in the long-term lease transaction. 


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