Openings and closings: Hudson Sky Terrace to open April 21, Pampa Grill has closed

TRD New York /
Apr.April 15, 2009 02:46 PM
alternate textFrom left: Hudson Sky Terrace, Fred Perry, Amai Tea and Bake House

French perfume store Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle has signed a 10-year lease for an 800-square-foot space at 898 Madison Avenue, between 72nd and 73rd streets. Hudson Sky Terrace, on the rooftop of the Hudson Hotel at 356 West 58th Street, near Ninth Avenue, will have its soft opening for the season April 21. Fred Perry, a British clothing retailer, has signed a three-year lease for 1,600 square feet at 110 Greene Street, between Spring and Prince streets. Bar 675 will open at 675 Hudson Street on May 1. The Beatrice Inn needs new fire sprinklers, another exit and a wider entrance before the club can reopen, a spokesman from the Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement told the New York Post.

Amai Tea and Bake House, at 171 Third Avenue Near 16th Street, will close after Sunday because the owner needs to expand the business to survive but can’t get financing. The Plumm, a night club at 246 West 14th Street, has closed for a few days “because of a legal problem,” according to a sign on the door. Breil Milano on Spring Street has closed and the space is for rent. The Prince Street post office will close July 31.  In Brooklyn, Pampa Grill, a South American steakhouse at 372 Graham Avenue in Williamsburg, seems to be closed. Sleep, a boutique on North Sixth Street in Williamsburg, closed over the weekend. TRD


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