Openings and closings: Upstairs at Sardi’s open, Operations closed

TRD New York /
May.May 07, 2009 02:48 PM
alternate textFrom left: Sardi’s, Ludlow Guitars

Kim’s OK Jewelry will be coming to 34 West 33rd Street, according to a statement from broker Adams & Co. A Japanese barbecue fusion restaurant is coming to 2056 Second Avenue. Upstairs at Sardi’s, a new cabaret, opened last week at 234 West 44th Street, with Patty Clark singing through tomorrow. Johnny Air Cargo, a shipping firm that transports goods between the U.S. and the Philippines, is coming to the ground floor at 214 Avenue A, between 13th and 14th streets. Sintir is slated to open at 424 East 9th Street this weekend. Derek Lam’s new boutique was slated to open last night. Z’s Pizza, a California chain, will be opening a location on Bleecker Street near Seventh Avenue. Entwine was slated to open last night at 765 Washington Street in the West Village. The former Ludlow Guitars store at 164 Ludlow Street is for rent. A 7-Eleven is coming to Bedford-Stuyvesant. Cherry Hill, on Emmons Avenue in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, received two violations yesterday, on its first full day of operation. Also in Brooklyn, a club called Crossroads is now open at 402 Third Avenue, at 6th Street, in Gowanus. The Satellite Lounge is open at 143 Havemeyer Street in Williamsburg.

The former Tracy Feith space at 1318 Madison Avenue is now on the market, according to a press release from Faith Hope Consolo and Joseph Aquino of the retail group at Prudential Douglas Elliman, the space’s exclusive leasing agents. Operations has closed its Meatpacking District location at 50 Ninth Avenue, between 14th and 15th streets. TRD


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