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First Pics: Baum’s Dancewear is officially open in former St. Jude’s Shop

It’s been a pretty quick turn around for the former St. Jude’s Shop at 1805 E. Passyunk Ave. Or should we say pirouette?

Baum’s Dancewear, a storied dance and theatrical (and Mummer) supply company dating back to 1887, is officially open at the former religious shop next to Stogie Joe’s. We first told you about a dance-inspired business coming to the space in July and, after a complete renovation, it’s now a reality.  While it doesn’t have the dance studio element, Baum’s has created something extra special to make you feel like a true superstar.

The huge space at 1805 E. Passyunk Ave. is now Baum's Dancewear.

The huge space at 1805 E. Passyunk Ave. is now Baum’s Dancewear.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Baum’s dance apparel shop, not a dance studio, moving into 1805 E. Passyunk Ave.

1805 E. Passyunk Ave.

1805 E. Passyunk Ave.

The tenant moving into the former longtime home of St. Jude’s religious shop has some history of its own to trumpet.

Baum’s Dancewear, which has been in business since 1887, is moving out of Center City and into 1805 E. Passyunk Ave., next to Stogie Joe’s.

“We are hoping to relocate in late 2014,” store owner Peter Cohen told us.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Dance studio coming to former St. Jude’s at 1805 E. Passyunk Ave.?

Paper went up in the windows this weekend at 1805 E. Passyunk Ave., one of the largest retail spaces along the Passyunk corridor and the former home of Catholic gear shop St. Jude’s.

1805 E. Passyunk Ave.

1805 E. Passyunk Ave.

A work crew was hammering away at gutting the 4,000 square foot space yesterday, and a couple of the guys on the site said that a dance studio was moving in. They didn’t have a lot of details but said the new tenant was planning a studio and a retail component to sell apparel.

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