158 Allen Street
Posted March 27, 2018 at 5:03 am
Tokyo Rebel just lost the battle. The Japanese-style fashion retailer shuttered its Allen Street store earlier this month, concluding a Lower East Side residency of nearly four years. Founded nine years ago by husband-wife duo Jeff and Masayo Williams (he’s American, she’s Japanese), Tokyo Rebel maintained a brief stint in Alphabet City from 2009 to […]
Posted July 24, 2014 at 6:00 am
Where so many other boutiques have failed – most recently, Feltraiger – another is rolling the dice at 158 Allen Street. And a familiar face, at that. Alphabet City refugee Tokyo Rebel finally found a new permanent home. The five-year-old unique boutique opened its latest flagship store at 158 Allen on Tuesday afternoon. The event was […]
Posted December 16, 2013 at 6:03 am
Like so many before it, Feltraiger, the “new American classic,” is packing its bags for Brooklyn. Yet another example in the fashion flight that’s plagued the neighborhood in recent years. The trendy threads shop, which specializes in “American made menswear,” first opened at 158 Allen Street just under a year ago. Now the brand is trying to […]
Posted April 30, 2010 at 6:16 am
Last Friday, we reported that a new arcade was planned for 158 Allen Street. It’s actually just a temporary pop-up installation by street artists Faile and BAST called Deluxx FLUXX (not Vale). The exhibition opens today, and will run through May 27.
Last modified June 28, 2012 at 12:11 am
Serious gamers, take heed. In about a month, the renowned Chinatown Fair Video Arcade will have more downtown competition. That’s right, roughly a half-mile northeast on Allen Street, a new gaming spot is on the precipice of opening.
Posted December 4, 2009 at 6:10 am
The Jutta Neumann leather shop, which until last month was located at 158 Allen Street, will now operate out of the owner’s 355 East Fourth Street studio (near Avenue D). Opening date is slated for next Friday, December 11. In the meantime, these moving announcements are taped to the windows of the old storefront.
Last modified October 9, 2009 at 2:10 pm
There is some turnover to report on the east side of Allen Street between Stanton and Rivington. Last week, we walked past 158 Allen Street and noticed that neighborhood leatherwork stalwart Jutta Neumann is going out of business. A handful of store liquidation signs pasted in the windows announce a sale of 25% off inventory. […]