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So Eataly May or May Not Be Opening at 4 World Trade Center

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In today's Between the Bricks column, New York Post columnist Lois Weiss reports that more big-name retailers are headed downtown to the World Trade Center. The newest and most notable edition to the list: Eataly. The info comes via "sources," but Eater NY adds that it's not a total guarantee.

Via their post: "As you know, Eataly is in full bloom and we are looking at possible new cities and locations as we grow—however, as of now, nothing is set in stone, and we still don't know where the next Eataly will find its home in the United States."

The article also included Apple; rumors that they've signed a lease for the Financial District have been circulating for several months now, and they've been popping up again lately alongside news that Tiffany's, Giorgio Armani, and Tom Ford are also be opening stores.
· Eataly to 'ciao down' at 4 World Trade Center [Eater NY]
· Eataly Team on WTC Expansion: 'Nothing Is Set in Stone' [NYP]
· Tom Ford, Tiffany & Co., and More Sign on for WTC Stores [Racked NY]


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