Former Rogers Memorial Library will temporarily house a home design store

April 26, 2017 04:18PM

Who said brick-and-mortar was dead? Old Kings Lane, an interior design retail shop, will be opening a seasonal storefront in the former Rogers Memorial Library at 11 Jobs Lane, Curbed reported. Built in 1895, Tudor-style property was designed by R. H. Robertson, known for his design of the Park Row Building in TriBeCa and the Lincoln Building in Union Square. This is the first time the property will be used as a retail space. One Kings Lane will offer clients one-on-one consultations with interior designers at its summer pop-up location, open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. [Curbed]