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Browhaus Relocating Flagship Within Nolita


International brow salon Browhaus is moving its flagship store within Nolita to 381 Broome Street from 56 Spring Street, Commercial Observer has learned.

Singapore-based Browhaus, a one-stop brow and lash grooming salon, has signed a 10-year lease for 4,130 square feet at the eight-story residential condominium between Mulberry and Mott Streets, according to a release from Eastern Consolidated. That includes 1,456 square feet on the ground floor for retail. The rest of the space—1,038 square feet on the mezzanine and 1,636 square feet on the lower level—is for back-end services and office space. The asking renting was $200 per square foot on the ground.

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Eastern’s Brad Cohen and Jon Kamali represented the landlord, Steven Hudson. Greenstone Realty Group’s Rodney Sani represented the tenant, which has a Dec. 1 expected move-in date. Sani would only confirm he worked on behalf of the tenant.

“The new location at 381 Broome Street will give Browhaus the opportunity to open its Manhattan flagship store in a larger space in the heart of Nolita,” Cohen said in prepared remarks. “The site is ideally located in one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Manhattan, surrounded by the city’s hottest brands including Goldbar, Sweetgreen, Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings, Cha Cha Macha and more.”

Browhaus has the one store in New York City as well as spaces in Bangkok, Beijing, Davao, Hong Kong, Jakarta, London, Manila and Shanghai.