Thursday, March 4, 2010

A Building going to the dogs (and cats)

This tweet from Winick Realty just caught our attention: Winick Leases Retail Space at Upscale East Village Condo

Oh yeah? Finally!

According the subsequent (from Feb. 10!) link:

Winick’s Lori Shabtai and Michael Gleicher has brought Petopia, the dog boutique and pet store, to a 1,400 s/f retail store at the base of 420 East 14 Street, the newly-constructed luxury condominium located between First Avenue and Avenue A.

Good thing the A Building is pet friendly....

Previously on EV Grieve:
A Building retail space still on the market

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I suppose this could work out but within a stone's throw, there's already a Petland Discount down the block on 14th (closer to B), Furryland Pets on Avenue A (by 12th), and East Village Pet Grooming Salon (on B at 14th). And that's just off the top of my head.

News of this new tenant doesn't upset me because I love animals, even ridiculously pampered ones, and I'll be happy to see them arriving for their grooming appointments on my way to the train in the morning. :)

But while cute puppehs and kittehs may serve to distract, the A Building will always suck balls. Remember before it was even built and that space was a wonderful greengrocer?