Hey, it's a 5-10 minute walk from where I work - well, when I went to the office to work - so that's potentially dangerous, but they can say whatever they want - there's no way that it's going to in any way approximate what the Williamsburg store was. Until I see otherwise, I'm treating this as if a good store/venue in Williamsburg closed forever, but with the silver lining that another record store opened, which is pretty big news in NYC (they only close here; we don't get new ones). But I can't treat it like the Williamsburg store merely moved to a new location. I don't see how it's possible for the Williamsburg store and concept to just pack up and move to Rockerfeller Center and work. We'll see, I guess. But IMO, these kinds of places feed off each other, in terms of customers. There's a reason why a bunch of stores used to be on Bleecker St., and a cluster in the East Village, and near each other in other parts of town. There's nothing in Rockerfeller Center except tourists, office workers, and ticket scalpers (when something's at Radio City). I don't see it as an environment conducive to selling records. And the rent will be insanely expensive - though they possibly cut some kind of a COVID deal, as midtown rents are as low right now as ever. This seems like some act of desperation to grow awareness of the business to a new pool of people who maybe they hope will still want to buy records once they can't work at home. We'll see!