Debi Greenberg & Louis Expand Their Appeal

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Pricey wine may be tailor made for Louis By Donna Goodison - Article Courtesy of:  Boston Herald Upscale clothing retailer Louis is applying for a retail package store license so owner Debi Greenberg can devote a small portion of the Fan Pier store to selling high-end regional cognacs and wines, according to her attorney, Bob Allen. “This is a trend that she’s seeing in New York and Italy in the fashion districts,” he said. Greenberg moved Louis from its longtime Newbury Street location in 2010 to Fan Pier. “She was one of the first people to move to the waterfront and took a big risk,” Allen said. “One of the disadvantages of being down there (in the Seaport District) is you don’t have all the stores around that you do … [Read more...]

Louis Move to Fan Pier: One Year Later

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A fan of Fan Pier: Retailer Louis says it’s doing well in once-remote section of city Boston Business Journal by Lisa van der Pool, lvanderpool@bizjournals.com Article Courtesy of:  Boston Business Journal A little over one year ago, high-end clothing retailer Louis left its well-established spot as the chic Grand Dame of Newbury Street, for a new building on Fan Pier. People openly wondered whether Louis’ customer base would make the transition across the city, to shop in a neighborhood known for its parking lots, not its fashionable ambiance. All the same, Louis’s owner, Debi Greenberg, who would not disclose revenue, said sales are moving in a positive direction, “Louis has captivated a new audience on the waterfront, while … [Read more...]

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