Finally, a short walk over to the Meatpacking District reveals the impending arrival of a previously unheard of men store called Crow Philosophy at 15 Street near Hudson Street (most recently the home of Yoyamart). Set for a Fall opening, this shop will showcase the line debut collection designed by fashion industry veteran Tom Puls featuring sophisticated sportswear in dark shades with luxurious leather touches. Launching a new brand with a New York boutique can be a costly gamble, but the potential rewards can be high if everything falls into place.
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First look at how Bath Cricket Club development could lookThe development will include a state of the art cricket school, gym and purpose build student accommodationByBronte HowardTrainee news reporter08:00, 18 OCT 2017This is how the development could look Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailBath Cricket Club has released new images of how its proposed new facilities, including the development of student accommodation, will look.Developers Gilltown Ltd, in agreement with Bath Cricket Club, has submitted a planning application to Bath and North East Somerset Council for a new indoor cricket school at the club’s home ground on North Parade.The scheme will include a state of the art two lane cricket school and brand new gym providing better facilities for members and the wider community.The development will also include Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) for 142 beds for second and third year students and postgraduates which developers say is the only viable option for the site due to it being located in a flood zone.Any students living on the site will be banned from bringing their cars.The scheme is being developed in partnership with the University of Bath, which will use the accommodation to house its students.Bath Chronicle lift malfunction sees official visitors trapped in lift for an hourThe accommodation will be staffed 24 hours a day and a flood evacuation plan would be put in place, with staff trained as flood wardens.The public car park will be kept, but will be resurfaced and will have enhanced CCTV installed, as well as a new pedestrian access.”Our plans represent a really unusual and exciting opportunity for development”Matt Hankins, Chairman for Bath Cricket Club, said “Our plans represent a really unusual and exciting opportunity for development. It is a three way partnership between the Cricket Club, Gilltown Ltd and the University of Bath. Each partner is critical to the success of the development.Storm Brian could bring wind and rain to Bath this weekend”We have confidence that this is the best way to protect the future of the club and enable us to continue our many programmes within the community..