Pandora to open concept store at Hudson Yards
To be located on the third floor of the West Side area's shops and restaurants development, the 1,000-square-foot store is set to open on March 15, and will carry a range of the brand's .925 sterling silver and 14k gold jewelry. Pieces include rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces, which typically offer the brand's signature customization options, using gemstone-studded charms that can be added or removed from jewelry as customers build their personal collection.
Notably, the brand offers a wide range of prices to boost its accessibility, with its popular bracelet collection typically ranging from $35 to $1,415 before charms.
Created in a 2005 rezoning effort, the Hudson Yards neighborhood began its redevelopment under Related Companies and Oxford Property Group, with several other developers staking their claims in the interim.
Spanning over 18 million square feet of commercial and residential space, it is the largest private development in the United States, and is set to house over 100 shops and restaurants, arts and culture nonprofit The Shed, 14 acres of public open space and approximately 4,000 residences.
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