Dey Brothers

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Dey Brothers
Department Store
Industry Retail
Founded 1877
Headquarters Syracuse, New York
Key people
Ned Munley
Products Clothing, footwear, jewelry, beauty products, and housewares.

Dey Brothers was a department store located in and around Syracuse, New York.


Dey's, a part of Allied Stores Co., was purchased by Campeau Corp. in 1986 and sold off in 1987 to May Company, the parent company of Dey's rival, Sibley's. The Addis Company and changed its name to Addis & Dey's. In 1991 the company was merged with Sage-Allen stores to become Sage-Dey. The downtown store closed in 1992. All stores closed in 1993.


  • Downtown - (401 S Salina St, Syracuse NY)
    • opened 1894, closed 1992
    • now called "Dey's Plaza" - 45 upscale residential apartments being built, 17 completed and occupied (Oct 2010). An indoor local/organic foods and prepared foods market, Dey's Fresh Market, will open on the ground floor in Spring of 2011.
  • Fairmount - (3529 W Genesee St, Syracuse NY)
    • opened 1966, closed 1994
    • became home to the corporate offices in 1992 after closing of the downtown Syracuse store
    • now Dick's Sporting Goods
  • Baldwinsville (Tri County Mall)
    • opened 1970's, closed 1992
  • DeWitt - (Shoppingtown)

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