Daha Vintage on Orchard Is Closing

Posted on: December 18th, 2012 at 6:28 am by

The arrival of leasing signs at the doorstep of any business still in operation is basically an early warning of impending doom. A preemptive tombstone, if you will, before likely closing of the establishment. Such was the case two months ago for six-year-old Daha Vintage at 175 Orchard Street.

While Daha remains open for the time being, its fate is now confirmed by DIY posters in the window. The store is in fact closing, and there’s now a fire sale – 25% off everything in the store.

Meanwhile, the 2,510 square-foot property is still on the market for $26,663 via Bond Real Estate. According to the listing, the landlord is accepting all tenant uses including food. Given the large size of the commercial footprint and its location in the canyon of Orchard hotels, anything else seems out of the question.

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