Lighting and furniture retailer Tom Dixon is moving its New York City flagship a couple blocks west after taking a new 6,700-square-foot space at 25 Greene Street in Soho.
The brand, founded and led by the eponymous British designer, signed a five-year lease with an option for an additional five years for space at the base of the five-story residential building between Canal and Grand Streets, according to the brokers involved in the deal.
The new store is opening tomorrow and features 3,400 square feet of ground-floor selling space, as well as 3,300 square feet of lower-level space that will be used as offices for Tom Dixon’s design and consultation services. The location—which formerly housed a showroom for another lighting design tenant, the French brand Blackbody—replaces Tom Dixon’s previous Soho store at 19 Howard Street. Read More