Cactus Store

Cactus Store Returns Saturday for Third Season on Essex Street

Posted May 22, 2019 at 5:06 am

Unless (or until) development takes hold at 5 Essex Street, the annual cactus retail setup will continue. For the third year running, the Los Angeles-based Cactus Store is set to return this season. Ownership confirmed the plans, and relayed an opening date of this Saturday (May 25). All the infrastructure is still in place, including […]

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‘Cactus Store’ Kicks off Second Lower East Side Residency on Saturday

Posted May 30, 2018 at 5:00 am

The Cactus Store is back for a second season on the Lower East Side. The Los Angeles-based company has been busy of late, readying the vacant lot at 5 Essex Street. A quick visit reveals a forest-like setup of “hearty” bamboo shoots, quite the departure from the open space “theater setup” from last summer. The […]

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Cactus Store’s Essex Street Pop-Up Stand Closes Down on Sunday

Posted October 23, 2017 at 5:10 am

With autumn in full swing, seasonal shops are transitioning. Down on Essex Street, the Cactus Store is less than a week shy of departing westward. The Los Angeles-based cactus purveyor is slated to end its pop-up at 5 Essex Street next Sunday (October 29). They apparently received the last shipment of the season before it […]

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Trendy LA-Based ‘Cactus Store’ Now Selling out of Essex Street Greenhouse

Posted June 19, 2017 at 9:33 am

The seven-years-dormant lot at 5 Essex Street is now a temporary open-air Cactus market. The store launched last Thursday evening with an invite-only party, but opened to the public on Saturday during the torrential downpours. News of this retail endeavor – The Cactus Store – was shrouded in secrecy for weeks, until we first broke […]

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Outdoor ‘Cactus Store’ Sets up Shop in Vacant Essex Street Lot

Posted June 12, 2017 at 5:14 am

The sudden rebirth of the dormant lot at 5 Essex Street is now upon us. That “garden” replacement we told you about last month is actually less a refuge, and more a retail endeavor. Indeed, the lot is henceforth converted into a seasonal plant store, which explains the new open-air pavilion feel, complete with pavers […]

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