Vacheron Constantin is moving their existing NYC boutique — which opened on Madison Avenue and 64th street in 2011 — to East 57th Street.
The current boutique at 729 Madison Ave is 900 square feet whereas the new store — that’s expected to be completed by Spring 2021 — will be five times the size at approximately 4,500 square feet on two floors.
During construction, the Madison Avenue boutique will stay open.
Vacheron Constantin currently has seven boutiques in North America, including New York, Beverly Hills, Miami, Las Vegas, Costa Mesa, Vancouver, and Toronto.
According to Vacheron Constantin, “The new flagship boutique, located at 28 East 57th Street, will offer guests an inviting shopping experience as well as best in class service from an in-house watchmaker.”
“A new flagship in New York City is the perfect opportunity to further develop the long-lasting relationship of our Maison with its American clients. Vacheron Constantin has been present in the United States since 1817 and has created numerous timepieces specifically for the American market, from the famous Corps of Engineers pocket watches to the American 1921 wristwatch. Vacheron Constantin also has a rich history of developing bespoke creations for American collectors and connoisseurs. With this new location we seek to offer our clients the best space and the best location for exclusive services and amazing experiences”, said Louis Ferla, CEO, Vacheron Constantin.