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Lucid will open 20 Lucid Studios and Service Centers across North America through 2021 — most immediately at these locations:
- Silicon Valley Studio: Lucid’s Global Headquarters in Newark, California
- Los Angeles Studios: 9022 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California, and Westfield Century City in Century City, California
- Los Angeles Service Center: 9022 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California
- San Jose Studio: Westfield Valley Fair in San Jose, California
- Miami Studio: Brickell City Centre in Miami, Florida
- West Palm Beach Studio: Rosemary Square in West Palm Beach, Florida
- New York City Studio: Meatpacking District in New York, New York
- DC Metro Studio: Tysons Corner Center in Tysons, Virginia
All Studios feature a California-inspired aesthetic where you can explore the Lucid Air’s advanced technology in a warm atmosphere of natural, sustainable materials. Lucid Studios are engaging spaces, designed to start conversations and provide education about the performance and efficiency benchmarks possible in an electric vehicle.
French luxury goods purveyor LVMH plans to expand its presence on Rodeo Drive in a big way — with an ultra premium hotel intended to be the most deluxe inn in Beverly Hills, which already has its fair share of deluxe inns.
The parent company of brands such as Louis Vuitton, Givenchy and Dom Perignon recently applied for city permission to build a 115-room hotel on property it owns at the corner of Rodeo Drive and Little Santa Monica Boulevard.
In keeping with Rodeo Drive’s international reputation for over-the-top retail glamour, the Cheval Blanc is intended to be a notch above the competition in Beverly Hills’ high-end hotel market, known for such famous hostelries as the Beverly Hills Hotel and the Beverly Wilshire.
For their 9th location, FRAME moves into a 2,850 square foot space complete with modular fitting rooms, 1:1 appointments with the “FRAME ATELIER” (ensuring customers leave with the best-fitted denim), and a refreshments menu. It will also be home to a “3-way mirror with interactive selfie lighting.”
Cole Haan has opened its first GRANDSHØP in the United States at Westfield Valley Fair shopping mall in Santa Clara, Calif. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the new store is part of Westfield’s expansion project.
Centered around human connection and enabled by technology, the 940-sq.-ft. space is designed to be modular and mobile, creating a fully immersive customer experience similar to a live/work loft. The GRANDSHØP will feature Near-Field Communication technology that empowers the customer to enjoy a seamless retail experience, enabling them to “tap to” find out whether the store has their size in stock, see more product details and reviews on Cole Haan’s website or purchase and ship styles directly to their preferred destination.
MC Construction Management, Inc. is a nationally recognized commercial general contractor specializing in Retail, Medical, Restaurant, Office, Automotive, Financial, Ground-Up, Remodel, and Tenant Improvement construction. LEED Accredited.
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Gucci is set to open a restaurant on the top floor of its flagship store on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California.
The restaurant, Gucci Osteria, is the latest high fashion branded restaurant to open in the past few years, though it’s not Gucci’s first foray into the culinary sphere. The original Gucci Osteria is located on the famous Piazza della Signoria in the historic 14th-century Palazzo della Mercanzia in Florence, Italy
Michilli Inc is the General Contractor who has worked with the brand on the project.
Today we talk about ALAIN HIRSCH CONSTRUCTION CORP. and we sit down with the Operations Manager, Ariana Marsiglia to learn more about the Company.
Industry: Retail, Food & Beverage, Office
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Completed projects: +2,000
Tell us about your company. What kind of product or service do you provide?
We are a general construction company with an emphasis on high end/luxury retail construction. However, we are branching out into more into the food and beverage industry as well as offices and other commercial build-outs.
How many employees does your company currently have? Where is your office located?
We have approximately 25-30 employees at any given time and have 1 corporate office in Long Beach, California. With that said, we work in Texas, Nevada, Utah, California and are working on our licensing in Arizona.
What inspired the business and where is your company today?
Our business started with Mr. Alain Hirsch working in construction and creating a relationship with Macy’s. After years of doing work for not only them but several other companies including Conroy’s Flowers we branched out into other luxury lines such as several boutiques for LVMH, Richmond, and Inditex.
In which geographic area did you complete the majority of your projects?
We mainly work in the Los Angeles/Beverly Hills areas but have an extensive list of completed work in San Francisco and Las Vegas as well.
Is your company specialized in completing projects in a specific industry, e.g. Food & Beverage?
Yes, high end/luxury retail shops.
Tell us about one specific project you worked on and which challenges you solved?
Oh boy, probably the most interesting to me was the Zara projects I worked on. They were anywhere between 12,000 – 35,000sf a store and because of its challenges arose nearly on a daily basis. The most strategic challenges were the schedule and staggering work so everything flowed like a well-oiled machine. To see framers on lifts in the kid’s department, tilers on the floor in the women’s department and carpenters assembling furniture in the men’s department was awe-inspiring. We built over 10 shops for them and seeing the sequencing of men working to meet the end date never got old.
Which milestones are you planning to achieve in the next 12 months?
Within the year we plan to bring in more new clients in both the retail and restaurant industries. We are a company that has upward momentum to grow rapidly and are prepared to make investments in our personnel to do just that.
What do you like most about 4URSPACE?
We shall see, so far I like that projects are interlinked between contractor, client, and architect. It’s a great way to see the full circle. Hopefully we can find some great new vendors soon as well.
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The San Francisco store is the brand’s fourth US location, and its launch marks the shortest gap between the opening of two domestic stores. After opening its flagship Manhattan store in 1994, Supreme’s first US expansion came in 2004 with the LA store. That was followed by the Brooklyn location 13 years later.
The San Francisco store is located at 1015 Market Street, on the corner of 6th and Market. The city’s Market area fits with Supreme’s other location choices, i.e. it’s central but not on main street. It also happens to be right around the corner from Thrasher Magazine’s store.
The new store is a 4,500-square-foot first-floor retail space with a mezzanine that’s approximately 1,000 to 1,500 square feet. To put this in perspective, the brand’s Brooklyn store is 3,000 square feet. The interior has a look similar to Supreme’s LA and Brooklyn stores and has a ramp and a sculpture by longtime Supreme affiliate Mark “Gonz” Gonzales.
Michilli Inc. is the General Contractor who has brought the store to life.
For over twenty years, Michilli Inc. has delivered premium quality and service to over 150 commercial, retail, and residential projects. Led by founder Angelo Michilli, the company has provided construction and consulting services ranging from offices and showrooms to luxury retail boutiques and private homes. VIEW COMPANY PROFILE