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While online shopping shows no sign of slowing down (the United States is expected to have 300 million online shoppers by 2023), that is not to say that there is no future for retail in New York City. While package rooms are a key component of new buildings' amenity suites, older buildings are still working to catch up. Moreover, a new group of incoming stores seeks to ensure that the experience of visiting in person cannot possibly be replicated online. Below, see the openings we're most excited about for 2022.

75 Greene Street, Soho
Opened November 2021

Kanuk Soho Image via Kanuk
Kanuk’s outerwear has mostly been limited to Canada, but has been working on an international expansion. A key part of that is a New York flagship, its first standalone boutique outside of Quebec. The 4,000-square-foot space’s design was inspired by Montreal’s spirit and winter climate, with a white domed room showcasing the brand’s collections. Among them is a line of transitional wear designed for mild weather, the first of its kind for Kanuk.

A Pea in the Pod
1042 Lexington Avenue, Lenox Hill
Opened December 2021

A-Pea-in-the-Pod-01 Image via A Pea in the Pod
Maternity store A Pea in a Pod had closed all its retail locations before the pandemic, but is testing a new concept that will allow customers to try on clothes to accommodate their changing bodies. Customers will also be able to shop its sister brand, Motherhood Maternity, in the store, and associates will be on hand to offer complimentary bra fittings and style advice.

510 Broadway, Soho
Opened January 2022

UNOde50 Soho Image via UNOde50
In a statement to Forbes, a spokeswoman for UNOde50 president and creative director Jose Azulay said he views his brand’s pieces of jewelry as art. That makes it quite appropriate that the Madrid-based jeweler established a flagship store in Soho, which was an artist’s haven before it became a shopper’s destination. The store will have retail space in front and a gallery in the back to display Mr. Azulay’s sculptures, which inspire the jewelry and will also be available for purchase.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel pop-up
Bryant Park, Midtown West
Opening late January 2022

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel popup Image via Amazon Prime
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s fourth season will drop on February 18, and Amazon is celebrating in Bryant Park. The Lodge and surrounding igloos have been remodeled with pink and retro decor, and the bar at The Lodge will be serving themed cocktails and showing snippets of the Emmy Award-winning show.

Brooklyn Ninja
340 Fourth Avenue, Park Slope
Opening February 2022

Brooklyn Ninja Image via New York Ninja Academy
Would-be American Ninja Warrior contestants in Brooklyn will have an edge starting this year: The first Brooklyn outpost of New York Ninja Academy (inspired by the hit TV show) is opening in a Park Slope space previously occupied by a UFC gym. The space has room for climbing walls and obstacle courses like the ones seen on the show, and children and adults are welcome to put their skills to the test. It is located a few blocks from Brooklyn Boulders and close to other niche fitness offerings.

Lazy Sundaes
85 Jay Street, DUMBO
Opening summer 2022

Lazy Sundaes bingsoo sundaes Image via Lazy Sundaes
Lazy Sundaes has signed a lease for its first Brooklyn location directly adjacent to the massive Life Time Fitness outpost in Front & York. The flavors are inspired by the treats founders Tammy Na and Amber Luan enjoyed as children in Taiwan and Korea, and the menu centers on bingsoo sundaes and bubble tea.

The news of the Lazy Sundaes lease comes months after Brooklyn-based coffee roaster Devocion signed a lease for the corner of York and Jay Streets, which is expected to open in spring 2022. It was announced at the same time as leased for early childhood language school Petit Poissons DUMBO (set to open in fall 2022) and CVS (opening anticipated for late 2022) signed leases in Front & York’s retail space.

City Point, Downtown Brooklyn
Opening fall 2022

Primark store Image via Primark
Primark is known throughout Europe for its expansive offerings and low price points, but only recently made its mark on New York. Three years after it opened at the Kings Plaza Mall in Staten Island, the brand announced three more New York locations, the first of which will be at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn. It will take the space previously occupied by Century21 and nestle up alongside Target, Trader Joe’s, and Alamo Drafthouse.

711 Fifth Avenue, Midtown East
Opening 2022

711-Fifth-Avenue-01 711 Fifth Avenue, future home of Mango's flagship, via Loopnet
In 2022, European brand Mango will open a Fifth Avenue flagship in the former location of the Ralph Lauren Polo store. The contemporary fashions for men, women, and teens will take center stage amidst neutral interiors, and there will be an emphasis on sustainability with energy-efficient lighting and temperature control. This design is inspired by the makeover of the brand’s Barcelona flagship.

New York City
Opening 2022

Sabyasachi lenghas Image via Sabyasachi
Bollywood glitterati like Priyanka Chopra, Alia Bhatt, Karisma Kapoor, and Anushka Sharma have dazzled in Sabyasachi lenghas, and founder Sabyasachi Mukherjee reports that 35% of his customers are American. For that reason, a New York flagship was the next logical step. The 6,000-square-foot store will house traditional wear, fusion wear, and an expanding accessories line. Shoppers who got a preview at a pop-up in Bergdorf Goodman will be excited to see the store in its full glory.

Reset by Therabody
Manhattan West, Midtown West
Opening 2022

Therabody Reset Image via Therabody
Therabody products are in use in gyms throughout the city, but the Manhattan West outpost is prepared to go beyond the famous Theragun. In addition to selling products, this location will offer state-of-the-art treatments like lymphatic massage, cryotherapy, sound and light therapy, and PEMF therapy. It is located a stone’s throw from the Peloton studio/showroom in Manhattan West and the Equinox outpost in Hudson Yards.

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