American menswear brand Corridor has opened its newest store in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Following the success of the brand’s NoLIta flagship in Manhattan, Corridor has crossed the East River and opened up its second-ever store.
On expanding into Brooklyn, founder and designer Dan Snyder explains, “It’s almost like the new shop found us – it’s an old tenement circa 1919 that’s been used as a construction storage warehouse for the last 15 years. It was this beautiful, yet completely unfinished space on a residential street that felt mild, relaxed and in the spirit of the brand.”
Adds Snyder, “Once the L train shuts down, Williamsburg is going to be a bit of a bubble. But now our Brooklyn customers won’t have to make the schlep all the way to Manhattan.”
Located at 103 North 7th Street, the 600-square-foot store will stock the brand’s full collection of men’s and women’s apparel as well as an assortment of hand-picked vintage items. Snyder’s other line, Sunshine Blues, will also have a presence within the store along with a small assortment of third-party accessory items.