Breaking: Intermix Opening at 332 Bowery at the End of April

Posted on: March 28th, 2013 at 11:14 am by
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As we exclusively reported last summer, Intermix is definitely a sure-shot for 332 Bowery, the former home of Steve’s on the Bowery. Word on high is that the trendy boutique will open the 4,300-square-foot location sometime at the end of April. Above is the rendering of the storefront, which is currently still boasting the graffitified gate from store predecessor.

The store will stock threads by top designers including Yigal Azrouel, rag & bone, Helmut Lang, ALC, Diane von Furstenberg, J Brand, Equipment, Herve Leger, Alexis Bittar, Giuseppe Zanotti, and Sergio Rossi.

The PR machine is now officially oiled up:

The restored tin ceiling, iron-paned windows, steel fixtures and salvaged exposed brick will be offset by natural elements including a courtyard with a skylight and climbing vines; stained wood floors; and leather finishes.  The façade will complement the neighborhood aesthetic, incorporating “Federal style” elements from the original structure as registered with the Landmarks Preservation Commission. The storefront will feature black painted wood casework, clear low-iron glass and will use the existing historic pilasters to bring an authentic, historic feel to the updated space.

The original location Intermix was spying had been the Billy Reid space at 54 Bond Street, but the deal allegedly fell through at the last minute.

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