Nike Stadium Reopens at 276 Bowery

Posted on: October 15th, 2010 at 6:12 am by

The Nike Stadiumcreative retail space” on the Bowery is more than just a simple pop-up operation.  We are told it’s in for the longer haul.  Especially since it’s backed by a multimillion dollar, multinational conglomerate.  Notwithstanding, the entire storefront has undergone a complete transformation in the last week.  Rather than a black facade punctuated by yellow stars, the exterior is skinned with stickers reading “New York Against the World.”

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Running is supposedly the new theme at Nike Stadium; it’s no longer soccer, which pretty much ran the space from inception.  Indeed, the re-renovated 276 Bowery opened again last night with a new exhibition of Tim Barber photography. Entitled Burning Bridges, the installation features snapshots of a group of friends running across the bridges of New York.

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As before, store hours are Thursdays through Sundays, 12 pm to 7 pm.

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