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Winick leases three stores in Nolita to fill repositioned retail


New York -- Winick Realty Group announced three new retail leases at 400 Broome Street, fronting Kenmare, Cleveland and Broome Streets in Manhattan’s Nolita neighborhood.

Aaron S. Fishbein and Darrell Rubens of Winick Realty Group represented landlord Coral Broome Street LLC as they repositioned and upgraded these ground-floor retail opportunities.

“Ownership white-boxed the spaces, upgraded the utilities and installed new floor-to-ceiling glass storefronts. These improvements allowed us to attract top-notch tenants,” said Fishbein.

Fillmore and 5th Designer Consignment, part of parent company Crossroads Trading Inc., a California-based clothing store with locations in Palo Alto and San Francisco, leased its first New York store in the building under the address 398 Broome Street. The 1,680-sq.-ft. ground-floor space includes a basement and is expected to open in third quarter 2014.

On the Kenmare Street side of the building, Sweetgreen leased its third Manhattan location at 100 Kenmare Street. Also expected to open in third quarter 2014, Sweetgreen will occupy 2,400 sq. ft. on the ground floor and 1,600 sq. ft. of basement space that was recently built by ownership.

At 7 Cleveland Place, Paul Fox Salon signed a lease for approximately 950 sq. ft. on the ground floor.

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