The Rivington Design House Moves to Kenmare Street

Posted on: September 11th, 2013 at 6:03 am by
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Looks like it might be back to pop-ups at 129 Rivington after two years of holding down a solid tenant. The Rivington Design House just ditched their namesake street for the wild pastures of Kenmare. With name intact and signage firmly in place, the new spot is now operational. The move transpired over the last couple weeks, and its former office space is now for rent.

And right now they’re hosting a pop-up boutique at their new 52 Kenmare HQ by Chapel NYC. That endeavor ends tomorrow.

Rivington Design House first opened at number 129 in the spring of 2011. The boutique “creative agency” specializes in graphic web design, marketing, and online strategy. It was founded by city native Brion Isaacs.

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