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Flying Tiger Copenhagen opens first US store in the Flatiron

The heavily styled and whimsical Danish home decor store Flying Tiger Copenhagen has just opened south of Madison Squsre Park in the Flatiron District at 920 Broadway (at 21st Street).They took over the spot previously occupied by restaurants Brio, Mayrose, and Lunetta. It is the first Flying Tiger in the Unites States and most items […]

Russian store Saint-Petersburg opens in Nomad

A new Russian store, Saint-Petersburg, has opened in Nomad at 261 5th Avenue (between 28th and 29th Street) selling Russian-made products including gifts, clothing, books, housewares, Russian porcelain, souvenirs, the traditional nesting dolls and a lot more. It’s the third store with the Saint-Petersburg name, with the first two in Brooklyn (Brighton Beach and on Kings Highway). They also run the website if you want to get an idea of their products.

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French home decor shop Madura to open in the Flatiron

French home decor shop Madura is slated to open in the Flatiron at 909 Broadway (between 20th and 21st street).

Madura specializes in curtains, blinds, and sheers, but also has interesting pillows, lighting, bedding, throws, and furniture. It’s definitely a place to consider when decorating your interiors.

Madura currently has one other store in the United States right up on the Upper East Side.



Jung Lee home decor opens in NoMad

Another boutique has opened in NoMad – this time it’s home decor and gift store Jung Lee at 25 West 29th Street (between 5th Avenue and Broadway). The location is directly across from the Ace Hotel and one the retail level of the famous Gilsey House and features lots of unique glassware, dinnerware, candles, and tons of other home accessories. If this is your thing, it’s definitely worth a look. They officially opened today.

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Park Avenue Floratique shuts down

Florist Park Avenue Floratique is out of business at their spot just north of Madison Square Park at 226 5th Avenue between 26th and 27th streets. Between this location and their prior one on Park Avenue South, the florist had been serving the area for 17 years. The flowers they had in the back were extremely high quality and made into beautiful arrangements. Unfortunately it was hard to even know about the florist part of the shop as it was way in the back of the store. The front was a random collection of trinkets, a gelato stand, and more. It’s a shame because most people probably did not know there was such a lovely flower shop in the back.

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