In a press release, the owner of the high end clothier, Debi Greenberg, said in a statement, “Ever since the completion of the Big Dig, I knew I wanted to be by the water.... We can’t wait to begin our next adventure with LouisBoston here in our new home on the waterfront.”
LouisBoston is expected to open at its new location in spring 2010, the release added.
In mid 2008, LouisBoston disclosed that it would move out of its historic building on Newbury Street when its lease expires in 2010. To read a Globe story about that decision, please click here. In that story, Greenberg said she was looking for a new site with the kind of edge that Newbury Street used to have.
Fan Pier is a mixed-use project situated on 21 waterfront acres overlooking Boston Harbor; the project includes three office buildings, a five-star hotel, spa, restaurants, retail, and luxury residential buildings. Fan Pier is being developed by the Fallon Co. Last month, the Fallon Co. said that the Fish & Richardson law firm had signed a lease for 124,000 square feet of space at Fan Pier. (Globe Staff)