The retail space in the old North Side Savings Bank — designed by architect Theobald Engelhardt in 1889 — at 33-35 Grand Street is empty no more. Rudy’s Barbershop opened December 11, a spokeswoman let us know. Before that, the Seattle-based firm had a popup shop there from November of 2013 to July 2014. That closed and Rudy’s renovated.
The new space has 10 chairs, a wall mural by Brooklyn artist Romon Yang and, at the moment, a popup shop from leather goods maker Tanner Goods. The espresso bar is no more.
Haircuts for men, women and children range from $17 to $60. The A.P.C. outlet occupied the space from 2008 until 2011. Click through to see the interior.