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Edward Green moving to 75 Jermyn Street

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Today I found this card in the mail: Bye bye Burlington Arcade, hello Jermyn Street! Now one can do Tricker's - Crockett & Jones - Edward Green - Foster & Son - John Lobb Paris all along one street ...
post #2 of 17
NO! I AM NOT A FAN OF THIS!

Seriously, I'll miss strolling through the Burlington Arcade on a mission to EG. In fact, I'm just going to have to stop by later today.
post #3 of 17
Is the new store going to be bigger?
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Originally Posted by dorian
NO! I AM NOT A FAN OF THIS! Seriously, I'll miss strolling through the Burlington Arcade on a mission to EG. In fact, I'm just going to have to stop by later today.
Well, in fact, I prefer Burlington Arcade too - on rainy days! With wind, rain or snow Jermyn Street is quite a mess and certainly not very safe for people with leather sole shoes. I suppose the rent in Jermyn St. is a bit less than in the very flashy BA. Anyway, EG's move won't keep me from strolling through the Burlington Arcade on my way from Jermyn St. to Savile Row.
post #5 of 17
I'll be checking the new location out in person on March 28th.
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Is sysdoc's brilliant photo essay of a visit to the Burlington Arcade location lost in cyberspace? It should somehow be preserved for posterity. . . .or perhaps be reposted here? Sysdoc - possible?
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I can't recall which storefront that is. Who was the previous tenant?

I never particularly loved the Burlington Arcade store. The windows were great, but there wasn't much room inside. Jermyn street will amost certainly be bigger.
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Originally Posted by chorse123
I can't recall which storefront that is. Who was the previous tenant?
Didn't get a card. Not yet?
I suppose sysdoc buys more shoes than I do and gets preferential treatment.

Had to check it on google: 75 Jermyn Street is next to Taylor of Old Bond Street and two doors up from Hilditch & Key.

Previous tenant an Italian men's outfitter:

http://www.allinlondon.co.uk/directory/1185/28235.php
post #9 of 17
let's hope for a moving sale!
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Originally Posted by Renault78law
let's hope for a moving sale!

Here, here!!
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Originally Posted by Virginia Dandy
Is sysdoc's brilliant photo essay of a visit to the Burlington Arcade location lost in cyberspace? It should somehow be preserved for posterity. . . .or perhaps be reposted here? Sysdoc - possible?
Cheers for your kind words, VD, I still have the photos, so I can certainly post the essay again. I just don't want to be seen as a guy who intentionally bumps up old posts ...
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Originally Posted by sysdoc
I just don't want to be seen as a guy who intentionally bumps up old posts ...


LOL
post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by sysdoc
Cheers for your kind words, VD, I still have the photos, so I can certainly post the essay again.

I just don't want to be seen as a guy who intentionally bumps up old posts ...


Please do. Just don't stick copyright notices at the bottom and you should be fine ...
post #14 of 17
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Originally Posted by bengal-stripe
Didn't get a card. Not yet?
I suppose sysdoc buys more shoes than I do and gets preferential treatment.

Had to check it on google: 75 Jermyn Street is next to Taylor of Old Bond Street and two doors up from Hilditch & Key.

Previous tenant an Italian men's outfitter:

http://www.allinlondon.co.uk/directory/1185/28235.php

If you care to take a peek at the storefront(click and scroll to the right).The Fabri space is the future home of EG.

http://www.streetsensation.co.uk/stjames/jer_sth2.htm
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Originally Posted by chorse123
I can't recall which storefront that is. Who was the previous tenant?

I never particularly loved the Burlington Arcade store. The windows were great, but there wasn't much room inside. Jermyn street will amost certainly be bigger.

Ah, Fabri. Never liked their stuff that much. And in Jermyn street, you're allowed to whistle. An overall improvement, I think, at least as long as the space in Burlington Arcade is filled up with something nice.
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