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Storecasting: Vince Targets Another Hot 'Hood

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Cafe Habana overflow in front of the new Vince Nolita

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Vince, the luxe casual clothier that the Times Cintra Wilson loves to mock, is opening another NYC outpost. After taking a prime piece of MePa at Washington and Little West 12th, the chain is moving into another high-traffic locale: the corner of Prince and Elizabeth Street in Nolita. Over the weekend, we spotted the brand's Kermit-green signage announcing a summer '09 opening in the windows of Curbed obsession 211 Elizabeth, located right across the street from local hangout Cafe Habana. It won't be long now 'til the grilled-corn-loving masses have another spot to spend their disposable income while waiting for a window table to open up.
· Now (Almost) Open: Vince Ventures Into NYC [Racked]
· Construction Watch: Nolita's 211 Elizabeth Sheds the Shed [Curbed]