UPPER WEST SIDE, NY — A new Vineyard Vines store is coming to the Upper West Side.
The upcoming opening was announced Wednesday by the Lincoln Square Business Improvement District. The clothing retailer will open at The Shops At Columbus Circle, “hopefully by the end of the month,” according to the local business organization.
The website ILoveTheUpperWestSide first reported the new retail opening.
The Shops At Columbus Circle is located at 10 Columbus Circle and reopened with several new safety measures during the second week of September. The shopping center is the biggest on the Upper West Side, and you can check out the full list of stores on its website.
The announcement of the new Vineyard Vines at the shopping center came the same day that the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) reopened the Turnstyle Underground Market beneath 8th Avenue, between West 57th and 58th Streets.
However, the positive business-related news within the Columbus Circle area, isn’t without the negative.
As first reported by PincusCo.com, Related Companies, the landlord of the Shops At Columbus Circle, recently sued six of its store tenants for not paying rent since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Suits were filed against Hugo Boss, The Running Specialty Group, Cole Haan, Michael Kors, Tumi Stores, and Fairway LLC, which owns Solstice Sunglasses.
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This article originally appeared on the Upper West Side Patch