Well folks, Urban Outfitters' massive Brooklyn concept store has officially landed in Williamsburg, and it's big — like really big. Space Ninety 8, which takes inspiration from Urban's L.A. retail experience, Space 15 Twenty, occupies a spacious four-story warehouse in the heart of the 'Burg. Like its Cali counterpart, the Brooklyn shop will have a marketplace showcasing 40-plus local designers, including Dusen Dusen, Cold Picnic, and more. Aside from the usual trappings of Urban's womenswear, menswear, and home and tech products, Space Ninety 8 will also be home to The Gorbals Restaurant and Bar, complete with rooftop views and outdoor dining. (Ah, so that's why Urban needed a liquor license.) What's more, the lower level of the four-story space will host rotating pop-ups. First up is a collaboration between Brooklyn-based artist Jason Woodside and adidas. It seems the new space has a little something for everyone. And, hey, who can turn down a little boozy shopping?
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