aNYthing Opening Retail Shop at 103 Allen Street

Posted on: November 13th, 2012 at 6:49 am by

aNYthing is now an Allen Street thing.

Practically in limbo since vacating its previous 51 Hester Street headquarters earlier this year, urban skatebrand aNYthing (“aNewYorkthing”) is putting down roots at a new Lower East Side location. At 103 Allen Street, in fact.

On any given day, the security shutters are slightly ajar, leaving room to snoop. However, a gaggle of dudes working onsite not too long ago revealed that this is the new outpost for aNYthing; the new store signage confirms the news. It’s in good company, too, a mere cattycorner from Bustin’s Longboard Loft. Official opening remains to be seen, but expect to see an influx of punny anything stickers in the coming weeks.

The new location will likely carry the same style of goods – hats, hoodies, t-shirts, etc.

Allen Street is the former home of a Chinese sign-making business.

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  • C’mon Son

    Bustin’s Longboards is good company? Don’t make me gag. Bros in flip-flops “cruising” isn’t good company for anyone on the LES.