New Kitchen Supply Store Opens at the Old Bowery Stadium

Posted on: October 11th, 2013 at 6:00 am by
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It was three years ago this past May that Nike launched its Bowery Stadium endeavor, a “creative retail space” and gallery with rotating concepts. The large corner commercial footprint at 276 Bowery hosted various events, workshops, screenings, and gear. Some previous themes included soccer, running, and skating. The facade was also a canvas for creativity, changing at the same frequency. But the outpost quietly closed earlier this year, never to reopen.

Lo and behold, last month, interior remodeling began inside 276 Bowery for a replacement tenant. Given the nature of Bowery 2.0, we feared the worst. Those worries were allayed, however, with the arrival of signage announcing a new kitchen supply company – Sunrise Rainbow Kitchen & Hardware Supplies.

It’s also worth remembering that this address was included in the massive Bowery real estate portfolio (11 buildings) that sold for an astronomical $62 million earlier this summer.

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