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Apr 27, 2012,
Corte Madera
Town Center Corte Madera
shopping mall


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Popular Union Street and Hayes Valley boutique offers stylish and unique clothing by international designers

UKO, the distinctive boutique with two stores in San Francisco, will open a third location at the Town Center Corte Madera in April. UKO, established more than twenty years ago by long time Mill Valley resident Yuko Ohmori, features a selection of women’s clothing, shoes, belts, scarves, handbags and jewelry by international designers. UKO will move into the space across from Z Gallerie and The Container Store. The store will become the newest addition to the Center’s diverse roster of boutiques, restaurants, businesses and cafes.

“We’re pleased to have UKO at Town Center,” said Stan Hoffman, General Manager of the Town Center. “The stores in San Francisco are very popular and we feel they’re a good fit for Town Center customers.” 

UKO features international designers from Paris, Barcelona, Japan, New York and Italy.  “We have always remained true to our mission of discovering stylish clothing that compliments women,” says UKO owner Yuko Ohmori.  “Marin has been my home for many years so I am thrilled to have the opportunity to outfit Marin County women with our selection of distinctive and affordable apparel and accessories.”


Town Center Corte Madera, located on the West side of Highway 101 at the Tamalpais Drive exit, has become known as the Marin location for delicious healthy food, specialty clothiers and stores boasting unique home furnishings and gift items. Throughout the year, the Town Center hosts a number of community driven events like the annual Trick or Treat Day for kids, the world’s largest Thanksgiving turkey which collects donations for Marin Community Food Bank, and free holiday gift wrapping by volunteers from Hospice by the Bay.  For information, call 415-924-2961 or visit the Town Center website at .



Contact Information
Name: Stan Hoffman    
Phone: 415-924-2961


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