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Lower East Siders might still be able to get their shoes from 100 Rivington Street—they'll just have to pay a bit more for them. An unidentified source told Bowery Boogie that Tani Shoes will be replacing the just-closed Steve Madden Warehouse as early as next week. The store currently has two Upper West Side locations and carries both men's and women's styles in brands like Bass, Coclico, Rachel Comey, Minnetonka, and Dolce Vita.
· Report: Tani Shoes Opening in Steve Madden Store [Bowery Boogie]
· The Lower East Side Steve Madden Warehouse Has Finally Closed [Racked NY]
· Steve Madden Warehouse Leaving Lower East Side [Racked NY]