NEW YORK — For Manhattan’s first SuperTrash unit, a 2,300-square-foot store, Dutch entrepreneur Olcay Gulsen, who owns the brand, chose a slightly off-the-beaten-path location at 29 Prince Street in NoLIta. Gulsen’s now set her sights on Fifth Avenue and Bleecker Street for stores two and three.
“Right now, we’re looking at a space on Fifth Avenue,” she said. “Then I would like a store in a local area. We’re looking at three different spaces on Bleecker Street. We’ll open in six months.”
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