Ricky’s

Ricky’s Opens Temporary Shop at Former Spring Natural Location

Posted June 2, 2016 at 9:24 am

Spring Street Natural closed its long-running restaurant at 62 Spring Street back in early January. The forced farewell – after thirty years, no less – was reportedly the result of an exorbitant rent hike. Yet owner Rustam Schoenholt didn’t give up and scored a new location around the corner on Kenmare. Since that time, the high visibility […]

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Tiny Empire Opening NYC Juice Bar on Lafayette Street August 10

Posted July 31, 2015 at 5:18 am

Organic juice bars are spreading around the city unchecked like a plague, seizing that title from the frozen yogurt industry. The eastern border of SoHo will soon add another. Brooklyn-based juicery Tiny Empire is getting larger, expanding to 234 Lafayette Street (corner of Spring). It’s already carved out a chunk of the storefront previously occupied […]

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Ricky’s Halloween Superstore on Delancey Street is Now Open

Posted September 22, 2014 at 10:03 am

Like clockwork, the temporary Halloween stores are sprouting up throughout the city, eager to exchange shitty, one-time-wearable product for dollars. The Lower East Side is obviously no exception. Ricky’s planted two dedicated “superstores” within a few blocks of each other – 250 East Houston and 104 Delancey. The latter opened for business yesterday. This address was, […]

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Rumored Kardashian Complex at 63 Spring Street is Cited for LPC Violations

Last modified September 18, 2014 at 12:23 pm

With a new ground floor business in Ricky’s NYC, 63 Spring Street is now paying for it. The building resides in the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District, and the landlord apparently implemented several upgrades to the facade without the necessary permission from the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Owner Jack Terzi – who acquired the property for $15 […]

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Ricky’s Opens ‘Urgent Beauty Care’ Pop-Up at the Kardashian Complex on Spring Street

Posted September 16, 2014 at 6:08 am

Temporary Ricky’s Halloween stores are taking over downtown this autumnal season. Two have sprouted on the Lower East Side in as many weeks at 250 East Houston and 104 Delancey. Now another branded pop-up is slated for a high-profile corner property that’s been in the gossip rags recently. Stop by 63 Spring Street (at Lafayette) […]

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Ricky’s is Opening Another Halloween Store Inside the Old Chase Bank on Delancey

Posted September 15, 2014 at 5:24 am

The defeated storefront of the old Chase Bank on Delancey worked well for the purposes of the Urs Fischer sculpture exhibit. Its armor of tags and paint was easily a textbook example of devolution. But the Gagosian-sponsored art display ended months ago; so, too, the sheath of thick graffiti coverage. Now the alt-retail specialists at […]

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Ricky’s Opening a Halloween Outpost at 250 East Houston

Posted August 20, 2014 at 6:08 am

It’s the time of the season for pop-up Halloween stores; two months early, mind you. In due course, the Lower East Side will welcome a temporary Halloween outpost courtesy of Ricky’s. Signage was just installed in the windows of 250 East Houston, which previously hosted Sleepy’s before its move next door. This particular location in […]

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