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Louis Boston Closing Soon

1/11/2010 02:29:00 AM
Well, this is a year and half in the making, but it's finally happening - Louis Boston is leaving Newbury Street (here). An article in the Globe from last week has details on the relocation plans for the new location.

Shoppers began bidding farewell yesterday to Back Bay fashionista LouisBoston, which is abandoning its historic Newbury Street building in a little more than a week and opening in a temporary space by the waterfront at the Fan Pier on Feb. 15.

LouisBoston’s lease at the Back Bay marquee property, home to the New England Museum of Natural History until the late 1940s, expires at the end of January. Owner Debi Greenberg said she wanted to open in February in the temporary spot - about 9,500 square feet - on the first floor of the office building at ONE Marina Park Drive to get shoppers accustomed to visiting the neighborhood. The new 20,000-square-foot location - about half the size of the Back Bay property - is currently under construction and expected to open in April at the water’s edge, diagonally across from the Institute of Contemporary Art.

I've been in Louis Boston a total of once.  I went to the restaurant once too when it was named Boston Public.  But overall the clothing there is a little (I mean a lot) beyond my limit.

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