Intermix Build-Out Underway on the Bowery

Posted on: May 14th, 2013 at 6:21 am by
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Steve’s on the Bowery officially bit the dust a few months ago to make way for more Bowery 2.0 upscaling. It was a rough finale, having been listed on the open market while still open. The former bodega standby will sprout the first Lower East Side location of Intermix, as first reported here last summer. Gut renovations are underway at 332 Bowery, where DOB permits have claimed their rightful place in the windows.

Here’s a quick, underwhelming peek at the mess inside. So much for that late-April opening date…

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As a reminder of what to expect from this news, Intermix describes itself as “The fashion boutique for trendsetters, A-Listers and glam fashionistas.” It’ll 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.

Meanwhile, nearly the entire facade of Steve’s remains intact, from the store signage itself to the food ads featured in the window panes.

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