Connect with us


Mango Adding Stores in Washington, D.C., and Boston

Spanish retailer plans seven locales in the two markets




The new Mango store at Boston’s Natick Mall. Photo: Courtesy of Mango/via BusinessWire

Spanish fashion retailer Mango (Barcelona) is adding seven stores in the U.S. – in Washington, D.C. and Boston. Those moves come on the heels of the chain’s expansion into New York, Florida, Texas, Georgia, California and Pennsylvania.

Daniel López, Mango’s Director of Expansion and Franchises, described Washington, D.C. and Boston as “two key markets on the East Coast” for the retailer.

“… We will continue executing on our plan to bring the brand experience physically to more U.S. consumers,” said López. “These openings are the first of several and we look forward to sharing more on our progress as the year goes on.”

Mango plans to open four stores across the Capitol Region, beginning with its store in the Westfield Montgomery, which opened earlier this month. Later this year, the company will open its doors at 950 F Street, in historic downtown Washington, D.C, in Tysons Corner Center, the largest mall in the area, and in Pentagon City.

As for Boston, the retailer plans three new stores, beginning with the recently opened outlet in the Natick Mall, and two additional stores in coming months at as-yet undisclosed locales in the region.

The added stores are part of an expansion plan in the United States that Mango began in 2022 after opening a flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York. The company’s goal is to reach 40 company-owned stores in the U.S. by the end of this year.




MasterClass: ‘Re-Sparkling’ Retail: Using Store Design to Build Trust, Faith and Brand Loyalty

HOW CAN WE EMPOWER and inspire senior leaders to see design as an investment for future retail growth? This session, led by retail design expert Ian Johnston from Quinine Design, explores how physical stores remain unmatched in the ability to build trust, faith, and loyalty with your customers, ultimately driving shareholder value.

Presented by:
Ian Johnston
Founder and Creative Director, Quinine Design

Promoted Headlines





Most Popular