Headlines Iconic NY Eyewear Shop Is Moving Published 3 years ago on February 15, 2018 By INVISION Staff Share Tweet Moscot is leaving its 14th Street location. Eyewear brand Moscot announced that it is relocating its highly visible 14th Street shop. The new location will be on the ground floor of 555 Sixth Avenue in New York. Moscot will open in the 1,290-square-foot space in March 2018. The 103-year-old company opened the current location at 69 W. 14th St. in 1996. The building has been sold for development, according to a press release. “MOSCOT’s roots in downtown NYC are deeply planted,” said Dr. Harvey Moscot, CEO of the company. “Great Grandpa Hyman (MOSCOT founder) started with humble beginnings, selling eyeglasses from a pushcart along Orchard Street at the beginning of the twentieth century. We are just continuing this tradition of pushing our cart in a 21st century way.” Advertisement Moscot operates three other locations in New York: Chelsea Market, Orchard Street and Cobble Hill (Brooklyn). Related Topics:Moscot click to Comment(Comment) Up Next Safilo CEO Out; New Chief Named Don't Miss VSP Global Names CEO Advertisement SPONSORED VIDEO SPONSORED BY ESSILOR Introducing EssilorLuxottica 360 A new program powered by Essilor, Luxottica and EyeMed that is designed to help your practice improve traffic, visibility and patient experience while maximizing profitability. Learn More at 360.EssilorLuxottica.com You may like It’s Okay to Touch and More New Products for September Iconic NY Eyewear Shop Reopens in New Location Video: Take a Look at the Hottest Eyewear and Sunwear Styles for This Month Promoted Headlines Introducing EssilorLuxottica 360 Essilor American Eyes 2020 — Safilo’s Celebration of U.S. Eye Care Professionals Continues Safilo Introducing C Life by Champion L'Amy Advertisement Latest Trending Videos Headlines16 hours ago CVS Launches Home Contact Lens Prescription Renewal Tool John Marvin16 hours ago Being Civic-Minded Is Important, but So Is Not Alienating People Press Releases17 hours ago National Leadership Team Development Series Continues Online Tonight The Big survey2 days ago Early Polling in INVISION’s Big Survey Puts One Presidential Nominee On Top By a Narrow Margin Headlines2 days ago FDA Approves Kala’s Eysuvis for Dry Eye Photo Gallery3 weeks ago Washington Eye Doc Welcomes Autumn … and More Brain Squad Members in Their INVISION T-Shirts Headlines1 week ago Video: Car Crashes Into Optometry Office; 4 Taken to Hospital Photo Gallery1 week ago You Need to See These 28 Head-Turning Ways to Display Frames Headlines3 weeks ago Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions Plans Optometry College Best of the Best3 weeks ago No Qualified Opticians? No Problem. This Oregon Optical Owner Took Matters Into His Own Hands Headlines1 week ago Video: Car Crashes Into Optometry Office; 4 Taken to Hospital Sponsored Content2 months ago Introducing EssilorLuxottica 360 Sponsored Webinars2 months ago Introducing Varilux® Comfort Max Lenses Headlines2 months ago Video: Gandhi’s Eyeglasses Could Fetch $19K+ at Auction INVISION Podcast3 months ago Podcast: Talking with the Finest, Hippest of Them All About Why There are No Ball Point Pens in Her Shop Advertisement SubscribeBULLETINS Get the most important news and business ideas for eyecare professionals every weekday from INVISION. Advertisement Most Popular Headlines1 week ago Video: Car Crashes Into Optometry Office; 4 Taken to Hospital Photo Gallery1 week ago You Need to See These 28 Head-Turning Ways to Display Frames Press Releases1 week ago BVI Acquires Benz Research & Development The Big survey2 days ago Early Polling in INVISION’s Big Survey Puts One Presidential Nominee On Top By a Narrow Margin Press Releases17 hours ago National Leadership Team Development Series Continues Online Tonight Headlines4 days ago Co-Founder of National Optometric Association Dies at 93 Headlines2 days ago FDA Approves Kala’s Eysuvis for Dry Eye Cover Stories3 days ago Is Corporate Optometry the Future of Optometry?