Graff Acquires Building on Madison Avenue

Graff has acquired the Madison Avenue building that houses its New York City flagship.

No financial details were provided, but the building was purchased in 2014 by London-based Tribeca Holdings for $70 million.

Located at 710 Madison Avenue, on the corner of East 63rd Street, Graff has occupied the first floor of the five-story building since 2001.

The Graff store was redesigned with double-height ceilings by celebrated architect Peter Marino in 2009.

The building, which dates back to 1910, also features a mezzanine, a VIP room for private sales meetings, and offices and apartments on upper floors, says a spokesperson for the company. She did not know who occupied the space before Graff.

“Acquiring the property ensures that Graff will remain a long-term resident at this exclusive location,” said a statement from Graff.

The Graff chain has 60 locations worldwide.

(Image courtesy of Graff)

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