From the monthly archives: "June 2007"

Winick is tapped to lease 76 Madison Avenue space

Winick Realty Group has been appointed exclusive leasing agent for 76 Madison (at the intersection of 28th Street), near Madison Square Park.  The retail space of 2,200 square feet (plus 700-square-foot basement) is located at the base of a former commercial building that was converted into a luxury condominium complex by Centaur Properties a few years ago.

“Located at the base of a luxury condominium, The Retail at 76 Madison offers an incredible corner opportunity in a thriving commercial and luxury residential market in New York City’s newest hot area,” said Lori Shabtai. Lori, Director of Luxury and Brand Retail, and Monica Kass of Winick Realty Group are working together on behalf of the landlord.

Winick has also been appointed exclusive leasing agent for the retail space at 419 West Broadway, between Spring and Prince Streets in SOHO.  The building contains of 2,300 square feet of retail space on the ground floor and 800 square feet on the lower level.

“This 2,300-square-foot store is a retailer’s dream come true – situated on West Broadway – the original retail heart of SOHO. West Broadway is home to many luxury brand retailers, such as Dolce & Gabbana, DKNY, Chanel, and Ralph Lauren.  We look forward to finding yet another brand retailer the “perfect home,” says Lori Shabtai, who is heading up this project, along with Jeff Winick, CEO, and Monica Kass.

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REW-June 27, 2007-Winick is tapped to lease 76 Madison Avenue space

 

Schermerhorn Rising

Schermerhorn Street — long home to parking lots, litter, a food stamp distribution center, job placement offices and a Hare Krishna temple — is finally joining the rest of the Downtown Brooklyn residential boom.

An eye-popping number of new projects are in the works, from Flatbush Avenue to Court Street, with as many as 500 units expected to come on line this summer alone.

And in contrast to the rest of the Downtown Brooklyn boom, this one actually promises some affordable housing to boot.

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The Brooklyn Paper – June 23, 2007 – Schermerhorn rising

 

Winick lands in latest trendy spot

Winick Realty Group, the Manhattan-based retail store leasing firm has been appointed exclusive leasing agent for the retail space at the base of a new residential development Schaefer Landing at 450 Kent Avenue at South 9th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

The luxury waterfront residential development of 210 condominium and 14 rental units consists of 10,000 sqft of divisible retail space with different-height ceilings – ranging from 13 to 22 feet – and with 86 feet of frontage on Kent Avenue. 

“We are proud to be marketing many new retail opportunities in Williamsburg, one of New York’s fastest growing neighborhoods and the latest trendy spot.  With over 4,000 new residential units currently being constructed in 10-block radius, this site is right at the center of the area’s robust wave of new residential development,” commented Jeff Winick, CEO of Winick Realty Group, who is working with Lori Shabtai, Director of Luxury and Brand Retail, and Amanda Scoblick to bring the right tenants to the newly constructed building.

Schaefer Landing is being developed by Kent Waterfront Associates LLC – a tri-venture of three real estate firms – BFC Partners, L&M Equity Participants and Allstate Realty.

Winick has also been appointed the exclusive leasing agent for the retail space at State Renaissance Court, a new development at 200 Schermerhorn Street, between Hoyt and Bond Streets in Boherum Hill, Brooklyn.  Frank Terzulli and Diana Boutross are handling the new assignment for Winick.

The 158-unit, mid-rise luxury rental building will offer   five sections of retail space totaling up to 16,000 square feet broken down into smaller divisions with 9 to 12 feet ceilings.  State Renaissance Court is being constructed by Strategic Development and Construction Group and IBEC Building Corporation.

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REW-June 13, 2007-Winick lands in latest trendy spot

 

The feminine face of commercial real estate

BY AMANDA SCOBLICK, DIRECTOR, WINICK REALTY GROUP

Until recently, women in commercial real estate would have been an oxymoron.  Although residential real estate has traditionally been more female-friendly, commercial real estate has typically been more of an “all boys club.”  There were always some exceptions – pioneering women who had been making their way in the industry for years.  But these were rare exceptions – for most women it wasn’t always an obvious career choice.  Well, not anymore.

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REW-June 13, 2007-The feminine face of commercial real estate. By Amanda Scoblick, Director, Winick Realty Group

Winick tapped to market prime Herald Square retail space

Winick Realty Group has been appointed exclusive marketing and leasing agent for the retail space in a new groundbreaking development at 855 Sixth Avenue, between 30th and 31st Streets – one block south of Manhattan Mall in the flourishing Herald Square Shopping District.

The retail space will consist of approximately 22,000 square feet on the ground floor, 30,000 sqft of the second floor and 21,500 sqft on the lower level, 30,000 sqft on each floor from the second to fifth floors. The entire space with over 200 feet of frontage on Sixth Avenue would be ideal for a department store.  Logical division, though will be considered.

“We are proud to be working on this assignment.  The Herald Square / Flower District neighborhood has been changing dramatically, and this project will add much needed retail space to meet increased demand,” commented Jeff Winick, CEO, who will be marketing the retail portion of the prestigious project along with Lori Shabtai, Director of Luxury and Brand Retail. 

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REW-June 6, 2007 – Winick Tapped to market prime Herald square retail space

WINICK REALTY GROUP BROKERS TWO RESTAURANT DEALS

New York City – Joseph Isa of Winick Realty Group has represented the tenant, Sophie’s Cuban Cuisine, in its lease of 1,100 square feet at 221 First Avenue in Manhattan, New York City. This property is the company’s sixth restaurant. 

Hal Shapiro of Winick Realty Group represented the landlord in its lease of restaurant space Goodburger. Located in the Diamond District at 23 West 45th St. between Fifth and Sixth avenues in Manhattan, New York City, the space consists of 2,300 square feet on the ground floor 1,000 square feet on the mezzanine level and 600 square feet in the basement. Brett Weinblath of Robert K. Futterman & Associates represented the tenant in the transaction.

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Northeast Real Estate Business-June 2007- Winick Realty Group Brokers Two Restaurant Deals