Ever drive by empty retail space or vacant property while cruising around the East End and know exactly what should go there? We drove by this space and it was immediately obvious. Bungalow 8, the home away from home for New York scenesters and party kids would fit right in. We would love to replace the "For Sale" flyer at 128 Main Street with a "No Vacancy" sign, throw in a few faux palm trees, striped and polka dotted banquettes, dozens of New York party hopping socials and "Bungalow 128" is ready to go. While we're not sure how the neighbors would feel,w e wouldn't mind Bungalow 8 expanding the pop -up shop trend to night life and taking a Hamptons vacation for the summer.
Though it could be a considerably un-fruitful venture for the company, who is struggling to keep their heads above water in NYC [Is Amy Sacco Broke?]