Jelena Behrand Studio Moves to 181 Chrystie Street

Posted on: May 21st, 2010 at 6:33 am by

The Orchard Street no man’s land between East Houston and Stanton Street is officially down another business.  Last week, Jelena Behrand dropped news on her blog that, after over a decade, her eponymous jewelry studio at 188 Orchard was moving to a different neighborhood location.  Indeed, the new space was announced just yesterday – Jelena Behrand Studio is now located at 181 Chrystie Street, just north of Rivington.

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Meanwhile, we passed by 188 Orchard yesterday evening, and the gray canopy was history.  As usual, shuttered gates and a signage skeleton advertise the fresh vacancy.  And given the recent influx of newish bars-slash-restaurants on the east side of the street, our money is on another such establishment moving in.  Personally, we would love to see Zucco’s Le French Diner expand…

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Here is a look inside the new digs at 181 Chrystie:

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[Photo Credit: Jelena Behrand]

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