Children’s Boutique Two Kids and A Dog to Make Manhattan Debut
Boutique children’s retailer Two Kids and A Dog will open its second New York City location — and its first in Manhattan — at 275 Greenwich Street, announced Manhattan Skyline Management Corp.
As part of its long-term lease, Two Kids and A Dog will occupy 929 square feet of boutique space at the base of 275 Greenwich, a postwar condominium building. The new location is set to open in early this month.
Founded by retail veteran Natalia Jacobs, Two Kids and A Dog offers a unique collection of children’s clothing, shoes, toys, gifts, accessories, gear and more. The shop specializes in hardto-find and meticulously selected products for ages newborn through 12. Its original flagship store, located in Dumbo, Brooklyn, was inspired by Jacobs’ life raising two children and a dog in the neighborhood.
“We are delighted to be able to accommodate Two Kids and A Dog’s first foray into Manhattan,” said Joshua Roth, senior vice president of retail at Manhattan Skyline Management Corp. “Natalia’s carefully-curated collection of toys and apparel will quickly become a major destination in this bustling and family-friendly neighborhood.”
Roth represented Manhattan Skyline in the negotiations. There was no broker on the tenant side.