Jutta Neumann to Re-Open

Posted on: December 4th, 2009 at 6:10 am by

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The Jutta Neumann leather shop, which until last month was located at 158 Allen Street, will now operate out of the owner’s 355 East Fourth Street studio (near Avenue D).  Opening date is slated for next Friday, December 11.  In the meantime, these moving announcements are taped to the windows of the old storefront.

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According to the official website:

As you do know the Allen Street store is now already closed for a month. Time passes too fast! We are working on our new tiny store inside our studio and it will open it’s doors very soon. The date is set for December 11th 2009 from 12-7pm. We start with a one day 20% discount on every item you buy in the store or over the phone or fax (but not on orders to be placed).

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