Brooks Brothers is permanently closing its store at 468 N. Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills on Aug. 27.
A spokesman for the store confirmed the closure but declined to give further details.
Brooks Brothers occupied 30,000 square feet in the two-story building, which is currently listed for sale at $300 million, according to CoStar Group Inc. The store has 30 employees, according to manager Louie Pacheco Saenz’s LinkedIn profile. Brooks Brothers has two other Los Angeles locations – one in downtown and the other in Torrance.
Brooks Brothers is the oldest men’s clothier in the country and was founded in 1818. The company is headquartered in New York City and was at the Beverly Hills location for 15 years.
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