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Photo courtesy of Century 21
Photo courtesy of Century 21
A new Century 21 has opened up in Downtown Brooklyn.

Downtown Brooklyn just got another 21st century addition.

Open to the public as of Tuesday, October 11, department store chain Century 21 now has a four-level store in the City Point development on Fulton Street.

The 140,000 square-foot building, featuring four floors of clothing, jewelry, shoes, accessories, cosmetics, fragrances and home goods, as well as a Brooklyn Roasting Company café, marks the first full-line department store to open on Fulton Street in more than 50 years, Century 21 told Real Estate Weekly.

The store’s layout will feature cosmetics and fragrances on level one; ladies’ accessories, fashion jewelry, sunglasses and handbags on level two; ladies’ shoes, ladies’ apparel, men’s shoes, men’s apparel, alterations and the Brooklyn Roasting Company café on level three; and intimate apparel, children’s shoes, children’s apparel, housewares, linens, electronics and luggage on level four.

“Our company appreciates communities rich with character – places where we can become an organic thread of the community and deliver real value to our consumers,” said Raymond Gindi, co-CEO of Century 21 Department Store. “Our City Point location will bring numerous employment opportunities to the area with 300 full and part-time positions. It will feature a Brooklyn Roasting Company Café, a LXR&CO luxury vintage boutique, MAC Cosmetics and much more.”

The downtown Brooklyn department store will join the likes of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Target, DeKalb Market Hall, Fortina and Trader Joe’s as City Point’s major tenants.

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