BOSTON–Bonobos, which provides men with better-fitting clothes and an easier way to shop, will open its second Massachusetts location at One Seaport tomorrow, Thursday, September 28, 2017.
Bonobos is the first brand to open at One Seaport. One Seaport is a critical part of the 23-acre development in the Seaport District. Comprised of two towers, situated on three acres of land in the heart of the neighborhood, One Seaport is the largest mixed-use project in the City of Boston in over 30 years. It spans 1.5 million square feet in total.
Representing the highest concentration of retail space in the Seaport District, One Seaport has a total of 250,000 square feet developed by WS Development and devoted to shopping, dining, fitness, and entertainment. 832 modern residences, named The Benjamin and VIA and developed by Berkshire Group and Boston Global Investors, are situated atop of One Seaport’s retail experience.
The Bonobos Seaport Guideshop will showcase the brand’s tailored clothing, from suits to blazers to dress shirts, as well as activewear and other casual garments. Bonobos integrates in-person fittings with assisted online purchases and delivers great fit, excellent customer experience, and a fun approach to menswear.
Bonobos will soon neighbor other leading fashion brands within One Seaport, including Mr. Sid, Peter Millar, lululemon athletica, The C.C. Filson, L.L.Bean, and Warby Parker. Providing a dynamic and comprehensive experience, One Seaport also boasts ShowPlace ICON at Seaport, Equinox, Kings Dining & Entertainment, Tuscan Italian Kitchen and Market, Luke’s Lobster, Caffé Nero, 75 on Seaport, Seaport Barbers, sweetgreen, La Colombe, Scorpion Bar, The Grand and Bank of America.
The retail experience in the Seaport District continues to position itself as the best in the city. In the last year alone, Shake Shack, SoulCycle, by CHLOE., Juice Press, CVS, Aceituna, MiniLuxe and Bluemercury have opened in the neighborhood.
Bonobos is located at 54 Seaport Boulevard Boston. This is the brand’s second location in Massachusetts.