The building will house the J. Press e-commerce distribution area, photo studio, and administrative offices which represent a centralized omni-channel concept for the company. This New Haven location will again play a large role in the operations of the business, re-connecting J. Press to its original hometown and providing a foundation for the next chapter of the business. J. Press has long occupied the space at 262 York Street spending over a century at that location until the building was badly damaged and had to be demolished in early 2013. The J. Press New Haven store was moved into several temporary locations, most recently at 206 College Street which has closed now that a permanent home has been established at 262 Elm Street.
J. Press New Haven
262 Elm Street New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Hours of operation
Mon - Fri: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
About J. Press
Founded at Yale in New Haven, Connecticut by Jacobi Press in 1902, J. Press is a storied American clothing label, having dressed men of the Ivy League for the past century. The company’s original store at 262 York Street has long been considered an American clothing institution, and J. Press continues to offer the same quality tailoring and craftsmanship that originally made it well-known throughout the East Coast of the United States and the world. To learn more please visit www.jpressonline.com.
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