276 Bowery

‘FitHouse’ Folds Bowery Location, Decamps to NoHo

Posted July 18, 2018 at 5:08 am

Four months later, that new workout studio, FitHouse, just left the Bowery for good. Unfit for the location, the gates are now drawn and space completely cleared out. Customers are instead directed via storefront signage to the new 5,500 square-foot NoHo location at 712 Broadway (“five blocks away”). This departure is somewhat sudden. The location at […]

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‘FitHouse’ Shows its Body on the Bowery

Posted February 26, 2018 at 5:05 am

FitHouse is already showing off its bod, so to speak. The new Bowery “exercise studio” is currently in preview mode ahead of its forthcoming debut. According to its new website, FitHouse is expected sometime in March. However, walking by the store for the last week, it’s clear that they’re already soliciting for membership. The doors […]

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With Debut of ‘FitHouse,’ this Bowery Block is Officially Overrun with Upscale Gyms

Last modified February 14, 2018 at 5:07 pm

As the upper-crusters flood the Bowery, a growing number of fitness centers are following in kind. This cadre of upscale gyms, largely situated below East Houston Street, is poised to gain another. A new exercise studio called FitHouse will take over 276 Bowery in the coming months. It’ll offer unlimited yoga, dance, high intensity interval training, […]

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276 Bowery Becomes Arlette Tebele’s Pop-Up Art Gallery

Posted August 9, 2017 at 5:09 am

When area stores go vacant, the trend is almost always to install a temporary gallery of some sort. Increase the exposure (i.e. eyeballs) on the property to draw attention and hopefully net a new tenant. And that’s exactly what’s happening over at 276 Bowery. Sunrise Rainbow Kitchen Supply vacated the large Bowery commercial space earlier […]

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New Kitchen Supply Store Opens at the Old Bowery Stadium

Last modified October 11, 2013 at 8:13 am

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.

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Unfurling Art on the Bowery

Posted May 16, 2013 at 6:30 am

In case you were wondering why a pair of painted paper rolls were unfurled on the Bowery yesterday evening, here’s why. Acclaimed contemporary artist and Bowery resident Carmen Einfinger decided to add some charm alongside her home above 276. When we asked the purpose, she just responded saying that she enjoyed hitting the streets with […]

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Nike Stadium Reopens at 276 Bowery

Posted October 15, 2010 at 6:12 am

The Nike Stadium “creative retail space” on the Bowery is more than just a simple pop-up operation.  We are told it’s in for the longer haul.  Especially since it’s backed by a multimillion dollar, multinational conglomerate.  Notwithstanding, the entire storefront has undergone a complete transformation in the last week.  Rather than a black facade punctuated […]

Spike Lee Film “The Girl is in Trouble” Set on Lower East Side

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:36 am

Spike Lee is set to executive produce a new indie flick which is predominantly focused on the Lower East Side.  The Girl is in Trouble is reportedly a noir-like drama in which a neighborhood bartender “becomes entangled in a murder mystery involving a desperate woman, a missing drug dealer and the scion of a powerful […]

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Nike Stadium Creative Retail Space at 276 Bowery

Posted May 13, 2010 at 6:38 am

In keeping with the theme of soccer pop-up shops, another such concept is coming to 276 Bowery, onetime home of the Feature Inc. gallery.  In recent months, the interior was gutted and redesigned to accommodate this latest installation. Starting Friday night, the storefront will become a semi-temporary creative retail space by Nike, dubbed Stadium. Nice […]

Feature Inc Now at 131 Allen

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 2:19 am

Feature Inc. quietly resurfaced in recent weeks at 131 Allen Street.  This latest news comes after the gallery was booted from its 276 Bowery space five months ago.  The current exhibit, Skulture, will run until January 23.

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