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Americana Manhasset is a premier shopping destination located on Long Island's North Shore.



With over 60 fabulous luxury and contemporary shops and a bevy of services, Americana is the ultimate shopping oasis. Louis Vuitton, Prada, Gucci, Dior, Chanel, Hirshleifers, London Jewelers, Hermès, Cartier, Ermenegildo Zegna, Tiffany & Co., Theory, Tory Burch and more reside one next to another within a unique and exciting outdoor environment designed by renowned architect Peter Marino and landscape designer Oehme van Sweden.

Americana's two world-class restaurants, Cipollini Trattoria and Toku Modern Asian, offer excellent food in sophisticated yet comfortable settings, both perfect for a relaxing lunch or dinner after a day of shopping.

Americana Manhasset also offers a complimentary Personal Shopping Service, a remarkable fashion and gift resource, and a Concierge to assist you with your shopping needs. Looking for the perfect gift? Consider the Americana GiftCard, ideal for personal and business giving and redeemable at all Americana stores and restaurants.

Located only 20 miles from Manhattan and 50 miles from the Hamptons, just off exit 36 of the Long Island Expressway, Americana is conveniently situated on Long Island's beautiful North Shore.

Americana Manhasset is a Castagna Realty Company property.

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516.627.2277 or 800.818.6767



Americana Manhasset
2060 Northern Boulevard
Manhasset, NY 11030

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Hours & Directions

We look forward to your visit!

2014 Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Friday Saturday • 10am to 6pm
Wednesday, Thursday • 10am to 7pm
Sunday • 11am to 6pm

Individual Store Hours may differ from Shopping Center Hours.
Custom hours are available by appointment. Contact Concierge Services for more information.


Northern Boulevard at Searingtown Road
Manhasset, Long Island, New York

2060 Northern Boulevard
Manhasset, NY 11030

Take Route 495 (Long Island Expressway) to Exit 36.
Travel North on Searingtown Road.
At the 6th light, turn left onto Northern Boulevard.
At the next light, turn left into our main entrance.

Google maps door-to-door directions to Americana Manhasset

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Our History

The development of Americana Manhasset began in 1956 when the property was purchased by Gerace & Castagna, Inc., a masonry contracting firm, founded in 1922.

The 220,000 square foot open-air shopping center began as a neighborhood strip center, located at Northern Boulevard and Searingtown Road on Long Island's north shore, in Manhasset. At that time, Americana Manhasset stores included a supermarket, drugstore, a movie theater, department store and other various small tenants. In 1971, B. Altman became an anchor signaling the beginning of a shift toward fashion and lifestyle.

In the early 1980's, owner Frank Castagna (son of original developer Ferdinand Castagna), acknowledging the affluence of the community, decided to offer Long Islanders boutiques that would rival the likes of Paris, Milan and Manhattan. Renowned architect Peter Marino began a redesign of the center and it wasn't long before a world-class destination was born.

The latter half of the nineties saw an influx of designer tenants including a collection of internationally acclaimed and recognized brands: Prada, Giorgio Armani and Fendi (Italy); Escada (Germany); Hermès, Chanel and Louis Vuitton (France); Burberry (Great Britain); Ralph Lauren and Donna Karan (USA), to name just a few.

In 2003, nine new stores opened, in conjunction with a 40,000 square foot continuation and architectural redesign of the east end of the luxury shopping center. Many of the new luxury boutiques, including Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Dior, began offering their entire global collections. Louis Vuitton, St. John, Coach and Brooks Brothers had outgrown smaller spaces at Americana Manhasset moved into larger areas in the new section.

In 2006 Americana Manhasset celebrated its 50th Anniversary with a series of exciting events and the opening an expanded London Jewelers Watch Salon & Gift Gallery and Toku, a restaurant featuring modern Asian cuisine, the following year.

Over the next few years Americana continued to welcome new stores including Hirshleifers ETC, Chanel Fine Jewelry, J.Crew, Vince Camuto, Hugo Boss, expanded Max Mara and Cartier boutiques, expanded Brunello Cucinelli and Chrome Hearts boutiques at Hirshleifers and the all new Mens Market at Hirshleifers.

2013 proves to be another exciting year with even more openings and a few expansions – so stay tuned!

Americana Manhasset, a Castagna Realty Company property, continues to evolve.

Local Culture Local Culture

Local Culture

Americana Manhasset is proud to be part of a community where there is always something exciting to see and experience. We invite you to learn more about some of the wonderful cultural organizations that make Long Island special.

Tilles Center for the Performing Arts

Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, comprised of North Fork Hall and Hillwood Recital Hall, is Long Island's home for world-class entertainment, offering a wide range of classical and popular attractions for adults and children. For current information and updates, visit tillescenter.org or call 516.299.3100.

The Nassau County Museum of Art

The Nassau County Museum of Art is a cultural resource bringing a range of visual experiences and quality art education programs to Nassau County. The Museum presents the works of local and internationally acclaimed artists in the main Museum building, a permanent collection of miniature rooms in the Tee Ridder Miniatures Museum and educational programs for all ages and is situated on 145 beautifully landscaped acre. For information about exhibits or events, visit nassaumuseum.com or call 516.484.9338.

Old Westbury Gardens

Old Westbury Gardens, considered one of the greatest English-style gardens in America, boasts formal gardens and perennial borders. The stately three-story mansion, containing the family's collection of 18th century English furnishings and fine arts, remains virtually unchanged from the time of the Phipp's residence there during the early 1900's. Visitors are invited to enjoy 150 acres and take part in guided tours and events for individuals and families. For more information, visit oldwestburygardens.org or call 516.333.0048.

Cradle of Aviation Museum

Cradle of Aviation Museum: For over a century, from the first flights by frail biplanes on the Hempstead Plains, to man's walking on the Moon, Long Island has been on the leading edge of America's aviation and space adventure. This museum is proof that our dreams can come true. For more information, visit cradleofaviation.org or call 516.572.4111.

The Long Island Children's Museum

The Long Island Children's Museum is the place to be for the younger set. The 40,000-square-foot museum, features 14 hands-on exhibit galleries that demand seeing, touching and exploring. The museum offers special programming throughout the year and daily Early Childhood programs for the under 5 crowd. For more information on the museum and programs, please visit licm.org or call 516.224.5800.

Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park

Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park is Long Island's premier public arboretum and historic site. A former Gold Coast estate, it is comprised of 409 acres of greenhouses, rolling lawns, formal gardens and woodland paths. The original estate buildings remain, including the 65-room Tudor Revival mansion, Coe Hall, which is open for tours in spring through fall. Educational programs are offered for children and adults. For more information, visit plantingfields.org or call 516.922.9200.

The Long Island Philharmonic

The Long Island Philharmonic is the principal professional orchestra of Tilles Center for the Performing Arts. Their performances have consistently received high critical acclaim and their schedule includes a concert subscription series featuring renowned guest artists, a New Year's Eve concert, free outdoor concerts, youth concerts, children's in-school performances, chamber recitals, and more. Additionally, their Arts-in-Education Program reaches thousands of Long Island's children annually. For more information, visit, liphilharmonic.com or call 631.293.2222.