Yoga High Moving to 98 Forsyth Street Next Month

Posted on: January 17th, 2013 at 6:48 am by

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Clinton Street is certainly amidst a transition period, as numerous small businesses are feeling the pinch and/or departing. On the heels of yesterday’s sad news that the Living Theatre is calling it quits (not to mention 20 Peacocks in limbo), another commercial tenant at 19-21 Clinton is leaving after five years in operation.

Yoga High will be moving southwest to 98 Forsyth Street at the beginning of February. Apparently the space, located between Broome and Grand, is much larger and more affordable. Co-owner Liz Walker tells us:

Yoga High will also participate in the mass exodus from Clinton St. After making it through the last 5 years, we are moving locations to 98 Forsyth b/w Broome and Grand at the beginning of Feb. It’s more affordable, bigger space, more convenient for those in the Grand St. Co-ops and closer to subways.

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