94 Orchard Street
Posted September 13, 2021 at 5:04 am
It appears Moscot is again on the move. And likely just down the block. Storefront buildout recently commenced on the ground floor of 94 Orchard Street, the pre-war tenement building CEO Harvey Moscot purchased last May for $4.75 million. Chatter at the construction site alleges that the century-old eyewear business will maintain a presence here […]
Posted May 26, 2021 at 5:00 am
Eight years after the MOSCOT flagship store crossed the Delancey divide, the family acquired property just down the block. Public records show that Harvey Moscot, fourth-generation owner and CEO of the century-old eyewear brand, purchased the five-story walkup at 94 Orchard Street. The deal closed earlier this month, under the shell name of SGEN, LLC, […]
Last modified March 18, 2021 at 10:52 am
After nearly a decade of serving suds to the Lower East Side, Top Hops Beer Shop is closing its brick-and-mortar location on Orchard Street. And on the hunt for a new flagship. In a letter to customers yesterday afternoon, ownership only partly blames the novel coronavirus for the seemingly sudden closure, yet doesn’t elaborate on […]
Posted December 21, 2020 at 5:08 am
While the Winter Olympics are still a year out, one event happened here on the Lower East Side. A freestyle ski jump on Orchard Street. In a stunt clearly filmed for viral value, a guy on skis is towed by a car to achieve ample speed. When he hits the snowbank outside Top Hops, we […]
Posted January 16, 2012 at 6:27 am
Months of preparations are collectively water under the proverbial bridge. Top Hops Beer Shop is now ready to roll at 94 Orchard Street. The sack o’ suds soft opened Friday evening for a friends and family event, but officially opened to the public a day later. We popped in for a closer look at the […]
Posted December 22, 2011 at 6:41 am
The last vestige of Nolita-based boutique Bag was finally deposed from 94 Orchard Street four months after departing the Lower East Side. Beer is on the way. Details inside!
Last modified August 11, 2010 at 2:11 pm
Early Sunday morning at around 3 am, these two drunken gentlemen whipped out their man-parts in plain sight and began whizzing all over the 94 Orchard Street storefront. Not a care in the world.