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New Seafood Restaurant Might Open at Former ‘Mimi & Coco’ on Rivington Street 

Posted March 20, 2017 at 5:03 am

Mimi & Coco, the popular Japanese restaurant that debuted in June 2013, closed and vacated 92 Rivington Street last June. Newish landlord Thor Equities – they bought the building in 2015 – subsequently sat on the commercial space and waited for the perfect occupant to sign on. That day is nigh. Now, here comes something called Chamusca (“Harvest […]

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‘Mimi & Coco’ Set to Close as Hell Square Retail Graveyard Takes Hold

Posted June 2, 2016 at 5:12 am

Three years into its lease, and the minuscule eatery at 92 Rivington Street is on its way out. Mimi & Coco, the popular Japanese restaurant that debuted in June 2013, currently sports a leasing sign in its window. It’s clear what’s happening next. Closure. And another nail in the coffin of this block, which now […]

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Thor Equities Picks up Former Patricia Field Store for $8.2M

Posted May 18, 2016 at 5:11 am

Thor Equities is now the rightful owner of the retail space at 306 Bowery. In doing so, the billion-dollar-barons have an even larger toe-hold on the Lower East Side. Joe Sitt and company shelled out a wallet-busting $8.2 million for the 6,700 square-foot location (ground + basement). “The Bowery is continuing its transformation into one […]

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The Bowery Notches Another Gallery with SoHo’s ‘Pop Gallery’

Posted February 29, 2016 at 10:44 am

Down at 195 Bowery, the Manhattan Stone Industry showroom is through. The tile supplier entered the scene in 2011, but will soon vanish from the streetscape. After four months of tombstone signage, landlord Thor Equities found its match. With the CitizenM Hotel bun in the oven, as it were, and gentrification all around, it seems […]

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Thor Equities Snaps Up 176 Bowery (Plus Billboard) for $10.2M

Posted May 6, 2015 at 5:10 am

Thor Equities continues its invasion at the confluence of Bowery and Delancey. For the second time in seven months, the behemoth real estate firm has beefed up its holdings at this intersection. Joseph Sitt’s empire recently purchased 176 Bowery for a cool $10.2 million. This is one of the more visible buildings in the area, […]

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