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Taking Office

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Sarah McNally, owner of the beloved Nolita bookstore McNally Jackson, is unveiling a second shop, just around the corner, dedicated not to literature but to what she broadly calls “the life of the mind.” Opening May 5, Goods for the Study (234 Mulberry St., nr. Prince St.; 212-219-2789) will stock new and vintage furniture and office supplies aimed at giving work spaces a more “distinct character.” The current selection includes a cherrywood drafting table ($700), Milanese oak-and-leather desk chairs ($2,000), maple-wood tape dispensers by British designer Simon Donald ($42), hand-bound notebooks from Germany’s Bindewerk (from $9), and scissors made by samurai-sword craftsmen ($64).


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