Sephora May Anchor “Women’s Power Center” at Court and Joralemon

According to Lois Weiss’s “Between the Bricks” column in the New York Post, cosmetics retailer Sephora will be the anchor tenant in the retail space being developed in the Brooklyn Municipal Building at the southeast corner of Court and Joralemon streets. Weiss quotes Albert Laboz of United American Land, the developer of the site, as saying, “It looks like we are turning this into a power center for women’s fashion tenants.” The only other tenant mentioned as having leased space at the location is YogaWorks, but Weiss reports that “discussions are also underway with other women’s fashion tenants.”

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  • Joe Dudas

    Lot of banal retail outfits staking roots in BK Heights these days.

  • ursulahahn

    “Banal” retail outfits may be the only ones able to pay the rent.

  • Andrew Porter

    I noticed today that the scaffolding around the Municipal Building has been much reduced; the second story is now visible, and most of the sidewalk shed has been removed. Perhaps occupation of the new stores is much closer.

  • Sally

    Boring. I love Fulton street and I don’t want it to go upscale. Shake Shake is fine, so long as Pretty Girl and Denice don’t go away. We don’t really need Sephora with Ricky’s so nearby…and also the great weave shops on Fulton that have everything.