SOUTH STREET SEAPORT — The continued overhaul of the South Street Seaport is moving a bit more fashion forward.
Milan-based retailer 10 Como Corso is slated to open its first U.S. shop in the historic neighborhood in 2017, Seaport developer Howard Hughes Corporation announced.
The 25-year-old Italian brand is known for its "blend of fashion, cuisine, art, music, design and lifestyle," according to the developer.
Along with its Milan shop, the store also locations in China and South Korea.
The shop will take up about 13,000 square feet in the Seaport's "historic district" but a spokesperson for Howard Hughes didn't release its exact location.
"As a European, I am very excited to see 10 Corso Como come to the place where New York City was born," said Carla Sozzani, founder of 10 Corso Como, in a statement. "I am looking forward to creating an extraordinary destination in such a unique neighborhood where the interests of the community are a focus for growth,”
The Seaport is in the midst of a several rebuilding projects, including the massive redevelopment of Pier 17.