The seven-level retail component of the 2.8 million sf Time Warner Center, collectively known as The Shops at Columbus Circle, consists of a retail, restaurant, and entertainment complex totaling 350,000 sf of leasable space.
The center will feature a mix of over 40 luxury and specialty retailers along with five world-class restaurants and a park view “one-of-a-kind” luxury bar. Major retailers will include Hugo Boss, Joseph Abboud, A/X Armani Exchange, Sephora, Cole Haan, J. Crew, Eileen Fisher, Thomas Pink, Coach, Stuart Weitzman, Tourneau, Whole Foods, Equinox, Tumi, L’Occitane en Provence, Coach, Bose, Borders Books, and Williams-Sonoma. On the second concourse level, The Equinox Health Club and Spa will create a 40,000 sf club, while Whole Foods will occupy 60,000 sf on concourse level one.
Other retailers: high-end eyewear retailer Morgenthal Frederics; European-based retailer 4You will move into 9,581 square feet next to J. Crew on the second level; menswear shop Thomas Pink; Crabtree & Evelyn; Eileen Fisher; Stuart Weitzman fashion boutique.
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The Shops at Columbus Circle at 1 Central Park
Pictures of the Shops at Columbus Circle
Columbus Circle entrance to Shops at Columbus Circle.
The escalator to Whole Foods at The Shops at Columbus Circle. 16 February 2004.
The view of Columbus Circle and the statue of Columbus from The Shops at Columbus Circle on 5 February 2004.
One of a pair of bronze sculptures by Fernando Botero in the lobby of the Shops at Columbus Circle.
The gallery of the Shops at Columbus Circle.
The Shops at Columbus Circle on 19 January 2004.