Caesar’s Palace, aka Caesar’s real house, will no longer be the home of the largest H&M store in the world!
The retailer signed a lease to take over a six-story, 57,000 square-foot piece of real estate on the southeast corner of 48th street and Fifth Ave., which is 7,000 MORE square feet than Vegas.
Daniel Kulle, the US president of the fast fashion chain, explained why New York City is the perfect location, saying:
"H&M believes strongly in the New York City market. This new H&M flagship location will stand out amongst our already impressive group of stores that cover the New York City landscape and will for sure be a destination on Fifth Avenue, a world famous and historic thoroughfare."
Unlike H&M's other stores, the ginormous Fifth Ave flagship will sell all of the collections under one roof once it opens next year, truly making it a one-stop shop.
We can't wait to see this behemoth of a location!
[Images courtesy of H&M.]
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