Luxury hatmaker Ryan Ramelow will open its first retail location in Manhattan at 107 Sullivan St. between Prince and Spring Streets in SoHo, announced Manhattan Skyline Management Corp.
A California native, Ramelow fell in love with New York City and made the move east over a decade ago, eventually quitting his job in real estate finance and opening his first hat-making studio at 648 Broadway in 2018. From there, he creates custom premium-quality pieces with bold designs that inspire confidence, community and unedited expression. Ramelow’s new SoHo store will occupy 946 square feet across the ground floor and basement levels of the building. The shop features 10 feet of store frontage on Sullivan Street. Ramelow plans to open for business later this summer.
“We’re so pleased to welcome Ryan Ramelow to our roster of retail tenants in Downtown Manhattan and support the brand’s continued growth in New York City,” said Joshua Roth, senior vice president of retail at Manhattan Skyline Management Corp. “Ryan is a true craftsman with an eye for superb quality, and we know his stylish offerings and personal service will appeal to SoHo’s discerning shoppers.”
Ramelow’s new outpost, formerly occupied by Spring Dry Cleaner, is located at the base of one of the buildings comprising Manhattan Skyline’s 10-building Sullivan Mews apartments. The Mews is modernized to provide classic residential living environments in studio, one- and two-bedroom layouts. A total of 155 residences in Sullivan Mews attract Manhattan’s young artists and professionals.
Neighboring tenants including Ariana Bohling, The Dutch, Blue Ribbon Sushi, Global Table, Alidoro, Anonymous, JDR and Company, Dominique Ansel Bakery, Joe & The Juice, Blue Ribbon Brasserie, Sullivan Street Bakery, Juice Press and La Colombe.
Roth represented Manhattan Skyline in the long-term lease transaction.