HitHouse, a new boutique kickboxing concept created by Muay Thai instructor and fighter Tyler Scott, has signed a lease for its first studio at 2 Spring Street, also known as 180 Bowery, in the Nolita/Bowery shopping district.
The 4,300 s/f space is located at the lower level of the building, where it has its own retail entrance with frontage, as well as a small vestibule.
The tenant was immediately drawn to the rugged feel and unique features of the space — including exposed brick, wooden beams and raw cast iron columns – as well as co-tenants Nudie Jeans and Kings Avenue Tattoo, who they felt were a good match for the HitHouse brand.
“This is a perfect marriage of space and use,” said Winick Realty Group’s Danielle Winick, who represented the tenant along with Daniyel Cohen.
HitHouse will also have a sign band on Spring Street and blade signage on Bowery to draw the attention of the changing residential demographics of the area.
Landlord Bowery Spring Corp. was represented by Lisamarie Dixon of Paley Dixon.