Wynd is a New Shipping Service App with a Home Base at 176 Delancey 

Posted on: October 1st, 2015 at 5:17 am by
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Delancey Market debuted at 176 Delancey in 2013, a then-promising business that had some in the neighborhood hopeful. But its tenure was short-lived, lasting under two years. The shop mart went dark last fall.

Now, however, a tech startup recently planted a flag here for its base of operations. A convenient shipping service for those who don’t feel like doing it themselves. Wynd allows the customer to send parcels without the pain of packing. Once notified, the company shows up to package and deliver the item via FedEx (domestic) or DHL (international). “Shipping done for you.” is its slogan.

Wynd announced its presence at 176 Delancey with some subtle signage.

Before all the retail turnover at this bridge-adjacent address, it was Teigman Press that ruled the roost. They were part of a dying breed on the Lower East Side. A budget mom-and-pop print shop whose end was spelled with indelible ink in 2012.

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