New York City is getting exactly what it needs: more luxury shopping!

Neiman Marcus, or as some call it, Needless Markup (thanks, credit card wielding dads of the world), is scheduled to open in downtown Manhattan in the Hudson Yards (640 W. 28th St.) in fall 2018.

While we've known about NYC's first Neiman Marcus for years now, some new details have been released before the big opening only 600+ days from now.

Janson Goldstein LLP has signed on as the design firm.

The firm has worked on projects for Saks
The firm has worked on projects for Saks Fifth Avenue, Calvin Klein, Hyatt, Daniel Boulud, Intermix and Salvatore Ferragamo, among others. Here's a rendering of New York's future Neiman Marcus. (Credit: Related)

NYC's Neiman Marcus will be three levels and 250,000 square feet.

So. Much. Shopping.
So. Much. Shopping. (Credit: Related)

There will be a restaurant...

NM Cafes serving what they call
NM Cafes serving what they call "posh nosh" are staples in many Neiman Marcus stores throughout the country. No chefs or menus are confirmed for the New York City location yet. (Credit: Related)

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Neiman Marcus will be a hub for New York Fashion Week.

Thomas Woltz are slated to design Hudson Yards'
Thomas Woltz are slated to design Hudson Yards' public space and Thomas Heatherwick will design the public art installation. Nearby -- right off the High Line-- will be the Culture Shed, where New York Fashion Week plans to relocate for future seasons. (Credit: Related)

All 28-acres of Hudson Yards will be used creatively.

The finished project will feature 17 million square
The finished project will feature 17 million square feet of commercial and residential space, approximately 5,000 residences, 14-acres of public open space, a new 750-seat public school and a 200-room Equinox® branded luxury hotel. (Credit: Related)