Back in December, Patricia Field announced that she was closing her boutique at 306 Bowery some time this spring to concentrate on her film and TV work and other various projects.
Field, who has run a shop for 50 years, starting in the West Village in 1966, had been at this location between East Houston and Bleecker (she owns the building) since 2012.
The storefront is now for rent. Here's a sampling of the listing via Thor Equities:
Surrounded by trendy restaurants, boutique hotels and in-demand retailers, 306 Bowery is a unique opportunity on one of New York City's most exciting retail thoroughfares.
In addition to new commercial developments, Bowery is also home to numerous apartment buildings, the New Museum, and residential buildings that have cropped up in the wake of a great amount of development. The Bowery has defined itself a center for the arts, perhaps second only to Chelsea.
There isn't any mention of the asking rent for the space that totals 6,700 square feet and features a separate entrance on Elizabeth Street. And a rendering of the possibilities...
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