Gallery: Puma City Shipping Container Store Pops Up in NYC


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In honor of the World Cup, Puma has set up shop at South Street Seaport in lower Manhattan with a shipping container installation designed by LOT-EK. Our friends at PSFK and both had a chance to get sneak peeks before it officially opened on Saturday. Puma City NY is composed of two shipping container retail shops, a soccer pitch for pick up games and the Puma Social Club in a nearby building.

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