Allbirds opens two new locations in Chicago, Nashville
Sustainable footwear and apparel brand Allbirds is once again expanding its retail footprint with the opening of two new stores including the brand’s first store in Nashville.
On Monday, it opened a new retail store and community center in Fulton Market marking the brand’s third store in the Chicago area and 43rd globally, as well as opened a new retail store and community center in Green Hills, Nashville.
Similarly to its most recent store openings, the new 3,975-square-foot space in Fulton Market and the new 3,259-square-foot space in Green Hills speaks to the brand’s sustainable focus, via displays and overall store design. In store, a hallmark of Allbirds’s approach to sustainability, allows customers to see the carbon footprint of each product clearly displayed.
As a nod to the local Fulton Market community, the store also includes a custom mosaic tile artwork, a service bar created by local artist Jim Bachor, as well as exclusive merchandise like a Chicago Fulton Market wooden pin and White Tail Deer laces.
Meanwhile, the new location in Nashville includes nods to the local community including special merchandise such as a Tennessee Iris flower tote bag, Purple Martin laces and a Music Row inspired pin.
Earlier this year, Allbirds opened a new retail store and community center in New York City’s Flatiron District. It also opened its first store in Charlotte and a new retail store and community center in Carlsbad, California. It currently operates locations across North America, Asia, and Europe.
The San Francisco-based company most recently announced total revenues of $62.8 million in the first quarter ending March 31, compared to $49.6 million in the prior-year quarter.
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