Allen Edmonds, a premium men’s shoe, clothing and accessories manufacturer, will set up shop in Baltimore’s Harbor East. The store will occupy approximately 1,300 square feet at 635 S. President Street in the former Starbucks space, between the Hilton Garden Inn/Homewood Suites and Landmark Theatres.
While several high-end department and men’s shoe stores in Maryland carry Allen Edmonds product, the Harbor East location will be the brand’s first brick-and-mortar store in the state, exclusively featuring its signature line of hand-crafted men shoes, apparel, and accessories.
Allen Edmonds began handcrafting shoes on the shores of Lake Michigan in 1922. Today, its 212-step manufacturing tradition continues offering fine men’s dress and casual shoes and featuring classic American style and craftsmanship. The company prides itself on using superior leather combined with expert service from master fitters who have earned their title by fitting thousands of customers. Partnering with like-minded manufacturers, Allen Edmonds also offers men’s clothing and accessories including sportswear, ties and pocket squares, watches and leather goods. “It is with great anticipation that we bring our premium line of men’s shoes and apparel to the Harbor East shopper,” stated Paul Grangaard,
Allen Edmonds also offers men’s clothing and accessories including sportswear, ties and pocket squares, watches and leather goods.
“It is with great anticipation that we bring our premium line of men’s shoes and apparel to the Harbor East shopper,” stated Paul Grangaard, president, and CEO. “With its robust office and business traveler population, the neighborhood is a terrific fit for us. We look forward to serving both our loyal Allen Edmonds customers, as well as gentlemen new to the brand, in such a vibrant urban setting.”
“Harbor East is well-poised to welcome such an esteemed and timeless brand as Allen Edmonds,” stated Tim O’Donald, president of Harbor East. “It is a truly exciting time for the neighborhood as we see high-end retail open up in such rapid succession. We look forward to Allen Edmonds opening and a long relationship with the company.”
Harbor East welcomed Brooks Brothers earlier this month, and eyeglass retailer Warby Parker is projected to open in April.
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