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Limelight Marketplace Press Kit

Limelight Marketplace Press Kit

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Multi-Million Dollar Investment Transforms“Limelight” Into Retail Marketplace
 
 Limelight Marketplace to House More than 60 Stores in Landmark Building
New York, NY (October 20, 2009) – 
 The brainchild of fashion retailer Jack Menashe, the historic 163-year-old venue in Manhattan’s Flatiron district will transform into a three-story shopper’s paradise. Inspired by the U.K.’sCovent Garden, Dover Street Market and Burlington Arcade, the Limelight Marketplace will showcase a fantastic“festival of shops” with elaborate facades and varied designs that invoke the feeling of a stroll down a marvelousEuropean street.“Limelight Marketplace delivers an innovative shopping experience for customers who have ‘seen it all,’ and anunprecedented opportunity for visionary merchants” said CEO, Jack Menashe. “Our plan offers something foreveryone – with affordable fashion, unique artwork and home décor, a candy shop that would impress Willy Wonkahimself, and an organic market offering the ultimate selection of international specialty foods including caviar, cheese,foie gras and pate, gourmet chocolates, oils and vinegars, specialty meats and many other gastronomic delights.”Manhattan’s landmark Episcopal Church turned legendary nightclub will open its doors once again this spring, rebornas Flatiron’s shopping haven. An unparalleled retail experience, Limelight Marketplace will bring new life to the 6
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  Avenue stretch of the historic Ladies Mile district, creating hundreds of jobs by housing over 60 shops from the“who’s who” in New York City’s eclectic worlds of fashion, accessories, food, design, art, beauty and more. A premier shopping destination, Limelight Marketplace will house an exceptional scope of retailers where uptownmerges with downtown, and street meets luxury. Menashe commissioned renowned designer James Mansour torestore the magnificent building back to its original glory and create a space that is exciting visually, sensually,spiritually, and intellectually. He has created a space that is less forbidding, more theatrical and more fun. The Limelight Marketplace will house independent jewelry designers on one floor, a cutting edge apothecary aroundthe corner, a street-smart boutique for NYC’s “skater” culture, and a level of classic and organic cuisine that willattract both new business and consumers alike. The Limelight Marketplace will welcome innovative retailers and entrepreneurs at a fraction of the cost of a street-front address, providing a turn-key solution to startups and established brands looking for a presence in the New  York City retail market. Reducing start-up and maintenance costs for boutique brands through a unique in-housebusiness model, Limelight Marketplace will supply participants with state of the art POS systems, technology, storebuild-out and maintenance support, branded materials, and marketing, PR and visual merchandising services.Customers will also be able to pick up ingredients for organic cooking or dine-in at one of Limelight’s restaurants,purchase a last-minute gift, unwind at the salon or check out work from up-and-coming artists in the same place where visitors can discover the most compelling elements of Manhattan, all under one historic roof.Limelight Marketplace is located at 656 Avenue of the Americas, and will be open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to9 p.m.
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Press Contact
Neil Alumkal
 
5W Public RelationsPhone: 212-999-5585Email: neil@5wpr.comJessica ShrierLimelight MarketplacePhone: 212-226-7585x28Email: Jessica@limelighmarketplace.com 

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Looks very nice but be advised that Jack Menashe does not pay his suppliers. Think very carefully before doing business with this man. (Get cash up front).
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