Coming Soon: MissInna Consignment Shop at 190 Orchard Street

Posted on: August 10th, 2011 at 6:09 am by

With Ha’chi and Landbrot laying claim to the ground level of the Thompson LES, and Dedegumo moving in across the way, one thing is certain.  Most of the empty addresses on upper Orchard Street are finally starting to take on tenants.  And this morning we bring word of another new business.  Yup, you guessed it – an upscale boutique.

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A Boogie reader informs us that a new “high end consignment boutique” just inked a lease at 190 Orchard Street, formerly occupied by Best Qi Gong massage parlor. The venture is called MissInna, and will reportedly specialize in selling vintage and secondhand product, such as Versace and Vera Wang.  According to the Facebook page, grand opening is currently slated for September 1.

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Meanwhile, the storefront at 190 Orchard Street still sports signage for Best Qi Gong, which relocated across the street in June.  Only now it’s obstructed by the Misrahi Realty leasing announcement.

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