Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz (Left), Macy’s Vice President Vanessa LeFebvre (Center), and Macy’s Chief of Innovation Peter Sachse (Right) cutting the ribbon outside the new Macy’s Backstage. (Photo: Alex Ellefson / Sheepshead Bites) Customers poured into Brooklyn’s first Macy’s Backstage at the Loehmann’s Seaport Plaza [/tag/
Macy’s will soon debut a set of new outlet-style discount stores with its first four locations in the New York City area – including Loehmann’s Seaport Plaza [/tag/loehmanns-seaport-plaza/] at 2027 Emmons Avenue. Macy’s announced yesterday that it was throwing a hat into the ring with retailers like
The owner of Loehmann’s Seaport Plaza, who is currently trying to expand the Emmons Avenue property to overcome what he says are financial hardships [/loehmanns-seaport-plaza-developer-seeks-additional-floor-shocking-community-leaders/] created by Superstorm Sandy, just doled out $16.5 million for a struggling mall in Milwaukee. Alex Levin, the owner of Loehmann’s at
Loehmann’s discount clothing store at 2027 Emmons Avenue closed for good on Wednesday, wrapping up its seven-week-long closeout sale. We first announced the impending closure of Loehmann’s in early January [/loehmanns-on-emmons-avenue-set-to-close-putting-nearly-100-out-of-work/], after the retailer filed for bankruptcy and won a court decision permitting it to sell of inventory
It looks like the controversial and eponymous tenant of the Loehmann’s Seaport Plaza [/tag/loehmanns-seaport-plaza/] building on Emmons Avenue will soon vacate, following approval from a bankruptcy judge to sell off inventory and holdings. The discount designer apparel retailer is shutting its doors after filing for bankruptcy in December.