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NYPost: Macklowe Gallery - a Miracle Coming to East 57th Street

Macklowe Gallery featured in the New York Post's Real Estate section, where President Benjamin Macklowe speaks with Steve Cuozzo about the Gallery's new 57th Street location.

A miracle is coming to East 57th Street — a large new store on a prime corner.

And no, it isn’t a short-term pop-up, but a prominent art gallery that’s likely to hold down its space for many years to come.

The Macklowe Gallery will open on Nov. 13 at 445 Park Ave. in 6,250 square feet on two levels — a glittering showcase for the distinguished gallery’s line of 20th-century French Art Nouveau furniture and objects, Tiffany lamps and glassware, and antique and estate jewelry.

It will be 900 square feet — larger than its former longtime home at 667 Madison Ave. a few blocks away, where it had been since 1987.

The new location’s 130 feet of wraparound sidewalk frontage will also make the gallery a lot more visible.

The prime shopping blocks of 57th Street between Lexington and Seventh avenues boast great stores such as Bergdorf Goodman and Bulgari, and restaurants including Nobu and the Russian Tea Room.

Read more from the New York Post by clicking here.

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