Space Ninety 8, a new concept from Urban Outfitters, has opened in the uber-hip Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York. Big and spacious, the multi-level space is located in a renovated warehouse. It has an industrial look, complete with exposed ceilings and brick wall, with lots of boho-chic accents.
The basement level houses a pop-up, with Adidas originals serving as the inaugural tenant. The space is colorful, with bold, crazy prints (the work of a local artist) accenting the walls and displays.
The ground floor showcases goods from local designers, a shoe boutique and a vintage shop called Urban Renewal. It also houses two pop-ups, which currently include Salt Surf, a fun, surf themed shop.
The second floor is home to Urban Outfitter's womenswear collections, accessories and beauty products. The third floor houses the brand's menswear collections, along with a curated selection of books and music. There is also a seating area and an iPhone charger station.
A short staircase in the men's area leads to a bar. One level up from that will house a New York outpost of the trendy Los Angeles restaurant/bar, The Gorbals, due to open sometime in May. There is an outdoor extension of the restaurant and bar on the roof.