Winick shopping over 600,000 s/f in booming Brooklyn
Winick Realty is handling the leasing of retail space in six major Brooklyn developments; three of the mixed-use projects are in downtown Brooklyn and three others in Williamsburg – all brand new construction in different stages of development.
162-184 Myrtle Avenue is a luxury residential and retail development being built over 3 city blocks. The project is slated for completion for January 2009. Totaling over 240,000 s/f on three levels, the retail space will encompass 61,000 s/f on the ground floor; 79,000 s/f on the lower level; and 89,500 s/f on the second floor. The project is being developed by Red Apple Myrtle Avenue Development.
Lalezarian Developers, Inc. is developing a new project in downtown Brooklyn, on the corner of Gold and Tillary Streets. The retail space will encompass 14,600 s/f on the ground floor and 21,675 s/f on the lower level.
395 Flatbush Avenue is being reconfigured at street level. The retail storefronts are now being brought out to the adding to the retail square footage. With 125 feet of frontage, the retail space will have approximately 86,000 square feet on three levels.
In the heart of Williamsburg, an extraordinary retail/residential development is emerging at 502 Metropolitan Avenue.
The Winick team envisions three retail sections totaling up to 40,000 s/f. With 104 feet of frontage on Metropolitan Avenue and 130 feet on Keap Street, the building offers tremendous visibility and branding for retail.
Winick is exclusively representing the ownership of a new development located at 175 Kent Avenue. The residential building will have 88 feet of frontage on Kent Avenue and 55 feet on North 3rd Street. The retail space will consist of 5,235 s/f on the ground floor and 18,228 s/f on the lower level.
Schaefer Landing, located at 450 Kent Avenue, is the first luxury waterfront development completed in Williamsburg.
The retail space is comprised of 9,600 s/f of divisible space on the ground floor with high ceilings along with 86 feet of frontage on Kent Avenue.
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