KITH

KITH Launches its 3-Story Emporium on Lafayette Street Tomorrow

Posted October 5, 2017 at 9:31 am

The three-story KITH emporium debuts at 337 Lafayette Street tomorrow. Contractors and employees alike were hustling yesterday to put the finishing touches on the new location. Both the Bleecker Street boutique and the Nike collaboration catty-corner on Broadway shuttered this week ahead of the new location. Tomorrow’s launch will likely be the place to be seen, […]

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KITH Bleecker Store Closes Ahead of Flagship Debut on Lafayette Street

Posted October 3, 2017 at 5:08 am

For cool kid sneaker brand, KITH, the pieces are moving into place. Debut of its flagship retail location is expected any day now. The opening was apparently delayed from the “end of September” forecast previously relayed to us. As reported, KITH will occupy all three levels of the recently rehabilitated building. Meanwhile, the small store […]

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KITH’s Mega Flagship Opens on Lafayette Street at the End of the Month

Posted September 11, 2017 at 5:00 am

The secret is not so well-guarded. We’ve known for months that trendy footwear company KITH is constructing an enormous new flagship at 339 Lafayette Street. (Boogie broke the story.) Within the walls of the former, albeit rehabilitated, Peace Pentagon. It’ll apparently occupy all three levels of the recently renovated building. Until now, there was little […]

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Behold, the Peace Pentagon’s Transformation for Rumored Nike-KITH Sneaker Emporium

Posted May 10, 2017 at 5:02 am

The so-called Peace Pentagon, no longer a bastion of activist enterprise, was spared the wrecking ball and reborn as a capitalist endeavor. Gone is the four-story plywood encasement that protected the structure since July of last year. Workers peeled away the hulking appendage earlier this week to reveal what’s been going on here during the […]

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Nike-KITH Sneaker Emporium Rumored for Rehabbed Peace Pentagon on Lafayette Street

Last modified April 25, 2017 at 8:32 am

Contrary to rumors that circulated the neighborhood last year, the former Peace Pentagon will not become luxury living. Nor will you recognize it once that five-story box is removed. The narrative here is a pivot from activism to consumerism. Specifically, sneakers. Permits issued by the Department of Buildings in late-December indicate that 337-339 Lafayette is […]

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