THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD
YogaWorks is breaking into Brooklyn.
The company announced plans for a 5,800-square-foot studio in the up-and-coming Brooklyn Heights Plaza at 210 Joralemen Street in Brooklyn Heights.
“Getting the opportunity to be a part of the newly constructed Brooklyn Heights Plaza is such an incredible opportunity for our brand,” said Phil Swain, CEO of YogaWorks, in a statement. Read More
So we’ve got a 7-Eleven on St. Marks and now some big box stores for West Chelsea. One might be moving to the corner of 8th Avenue and 26th Street.
The U.S. Postal Service has signed, sealed and delivered on its plan to take a 3,500-square-foot spot at 116 John Street, it was announced earlier this week.
The post office will be moving out of its former location at 1 Peck Slip Station, which is currently being renovated into a school, said officials close to the deal.
When the New York Beer Company opens for business at 321 West 44th Street this March, patrons will be able to invest in the alcohol consumption of their peers. Loosely inspired by the New York Stock Exchange, the latest enterprise by restaurateur Brian Connell will feature brews priced according to how popular each brand is among its customers. Despite the novel idea, Mr. Connell’s search for approximately 2,500 square feet of ground-floor space and 2,500 square feet of basement space hit a dead end early last year after a nine-month scouring of Midtown South.