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New York, NY Eastern Consolidated has arranged the sale of a two-story retail building at 7 East 53rd St. between Fifth and Madison Aves. occupied under a NN lease by established global bakery/restaurant brand Le Pain Quotidien. The property traded for $15.25 million. Eastern Consolidated vice chairman and principal Brian Ezratty and director Evan Papanastasiou,…Read More

Manhattan, NY Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (NGKF) Retail represented Al Horno Lean Mexican Kitchen in its expansion of 1,100 s/f at 10 Hanover Sq. NGKF director Harrison Abramowitz represented the tenant, Al Horno Lean Mexican Kitchen, while Dave Tricarico and Jedd Horn of Cushman & Wakefield represented the owner, UDR. The health-conscious Mexican restaurant will…Read More

Brooklyn, NY According to Cammeby’s, Capital One Bank has recently signed a lease to become the latest retailer at Neptune/Sixth, Cammeby’s new mixed-use neighborhood destination at 532 Neptune Ave. and 626 Sheepshead Bay Rd. in Coney Island. The agreement will allow Capital One Bank to maintain its long-term presence in the Coney Island community. The…Read More

Manhattan, NY CBRE Group, Inc. has released its Manhattan Retail MarketView for fourth quarter 2016. Following a tremendous run-up in rents over the past four years, average asking rents eased in 2016, alleviating some pressure felt by tenants. Of the 16 retail corridors tracked by CBRE, 11 saw decreases year-over-year; in aggregate, all corridors dropped 4.1%. Several…Read More

Manhattan, NY RKF has arranged the $10 million sale of a 1,400 s/f retail cooperative at 682 Broadway in the NoHo historic district. RKF vice president Brian Segall and vice chairman Ariel Schuster represented the owner, Manhattan-based Premier Equities, while Marshall Real Estate’s Matthew Marshall represented the buyer, Ascot Properties LLC, in the sale that…Read More

Manhattan, NY New York-based coffee company Irving Farm Coffee Roasters signed a lease at 135 East 50th St., between Third Ave. and Lexington Ave., marking the company’s first brick-and-mortar location in Midtown East. “Midtown East is finally getting a much-needed artisanal coffee shop,” said Winick Realty Group associate director Matthew Schuss, who represented Irving Farm…Read More

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