New A. Turen Signage at 85 Stanton Street

Posted on: July 12th, 2010 at 6:33 am by

As reported back in May, high-end boutique A. Turen is currently in the process of re-locating from its Ludlow headquarters.  The trip is just a hop-skip-and-jump over to 85 Stanton, between Orchard and Allen Streets.

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In that time, the “space for rent” banner has been removed, the Lolli leafing scraped from the glass pane.  Now a huge black banner announces the forthcoming tenant.  Yet, notwithstanding this latest activity, there is still a long way to go before opening.  Peeking through the musty windows, the space is completely unkempt.

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According to the A. Turen website, the year-old store only has a few more weeks left at 124 Ludlow Street.  And they are celebrating with a sale, natch.

A.Turen only has a few more weeks left on Ludlow Street until we close the doors here forever, and await the opening of our new, expanded location at 85 Stanton Street. We would like to thank you for your loyalty and support over the past year (today is A.Turen’s ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY!) by giving you a 50%-60% discount on ALL merchandise for the ENTIRE month of July! Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to pick up something fabulous before it’s too late!

A. Turen, 85 Stanton Street, (212) 533-8200

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