Corridor, a men’s clothing brand founded in 2014 by former FBI employee Dan Snyder (and named after the Northeast Corridor), formerly had a store in Williamsburg.
On a recent Friday, The Narativ House x Brooklyn Kettle Cafe was busy with people popping in for coffee and to congratulate the owners on the shop.
Taking over the iconic storefront at 85 Lafayette Avenue in Fort Greene is Clic, a home decor and book store that plans to open by the end of February.
When it opened in 2019, the quaint space in a historic building on a busy corner quickly attracted throngs of enthusiastic locals.
Located at 163 Court Street, it takes the place of BookCourt, the beloved local bookstore that closed in 2016 after 35 years in business.
It will close in the spring and reopen somewhere in New York City in the summer.
More than just clothing, the store specializes in sharing the stories — hence the store’s name, The Narativ — behind the brands stocked.
Tributes to the beloved Brooklyn icon, known for its friendly manner and down-to-earth luxe-casual indie fashions, have come pouring in from customers and friends, including prominent creatives.
At least 12 empty storefronts can be found on a three-block stretch of North 6th, just a year after retail was ramping up on the street.
While the holiday season is a bit more subdued this year, that doesn't mean there aren't opportunities to snap up some local wares for your annual gift-giving.