An emblem of the city’s urban renaissance, our 37,000-square-foot, four-story flagship store features three retail levels, two dining options, and a collection of museum-quality art peppered throughout. Across the street from The Joule hotel, the store is part of the now-bustling downtown neighborhood, just minutes away from the city’s thriving arts district.
Its lineup across Women’s, Men’s, Kids’, Beauty, and Design showcases 400+ luxury designers from around the globe, including Balenciaga, Dries Van Noten, Prada, Celine, Rosie Assoulin, and Sies Marjan.
On the main floor, 4510/SIX presents a curated roster of emerging names in fashion and design (think ceramics, printed matter, objects, and gifts). The adjacent café, No Aloha, serves lunch, light bites, and coffee inside a kaleidoscopic, floor-to-ceiling, site-specific work by Brooklyn-based artist Katherine Bernhardt. On the top floor, Mirador restaurant offers modern American cuisine and cocktails with Knoll furniture, large-scale food photography by Juergen Teller, and penthouse-level views of downtown and the lawn below that’s home to Tony Tasset’s iconic 30-foot-tall sculpture, Eye. (Another noteworthy work of art, Anthony Howe’s Lucea, greets valeting guests on the Elm Street Motor Court.)