Pearl River Mart

Confirmed: Pearl River Mart Opening this Spring

Posted February 22, 2021 at 5:01 am

Pearl River Mart will be returning to SoHo, as first reported here Friday morning. Corporate responded with an official announcement on its website, stating that this flagship store is in fact underway. Ownership relays that buildout is ongoing, with launch likely in a “few months.” Springtime. “It is painfully ironic that due to the realities […]

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Pearl River Mart Secures New Flagship on Broadway

Posted February 19, 2021 at 5:01 am

Bounced from its Tribeca headquarters earlier this year, Pearl River Mart is ready for another comeback, public records show. Department of Buildings filings indicate that the Chinese home goods store will return to Broadway, this time a couple blocks north, closer to Grand Street. The space appears to be the 6,000 square-foot former Roozee Australia at […]

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Pearl River Mart to Close its Flagship in the New Year

Posted December 7, 2020 at 5:08 am

The iconic Pearl River Mart is again a refugee. This time, chased from its three-year-old Tribeca flagship. The store, founded in SoHo in 1971 by husband-wife team Ching Yeh and Ming Yi Chen, will close “sometime at the beginning of the new year.” Cause of closure is the one-two punch of coronavirus and an unforgiving […]

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Pearl River Mart’s Latest Shop Opens Today at the Museum of Chinese in America

Posted January 30, 2019 at 5:09 am

Pearl River Mart, the iconic family-owned Asian emporium, opens the doors to its third city store today. It launches inside the Museum of Chinese in America, and is essentially the onsite gift shop. MOCA Shop, as it’s named, sells everything you’ve come to expect from the decades-running establishment. The museum store will sell a “curated […]

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Iconic ‘Pearl River Mart’ to Run Shop at Museum of Chinese in America

Posted December 11, 2018 at 5:07 am

Chinatown classic Pearl River Mart, which was on the brink just a couple years ago, has since rebounded and just joined forces with the Museum of Chinese in America. The collaboration – the MOCA Shop – will debut on February 5, timed to coincide with the Lunar New Year. Founded in SoHo in 1971 by […]

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