Winick racks up 20,000 s/f in First Avenue exclusives
Winick Realty Group has been appointed exclusive leasing agent for four retail spaces on First Avenue, between E. 61st and E. 63rd Streets in Manhattan’s Silk Stocking District.
1134 First Avenue, between E. 62nd and E. 63rd Streets, is a fully-vented restaurant opportunity, formerly occupied by East Side Steak & Ale. With 25 feet of frontage on First Avenue, the space encompasses 1,800 s/f on the ground floor, 1,500 s/f on the mezzanine and 1,000 s/f on the lower level.
The space next door, 1130-1132 First Avenue, has 47 feet of frontage on First Avenue and 36 feet of frontage on E. 62nd Street. The 3,750-square-foot store is currently occupied by Golden Bell deli and a nail salon.
“We are considering renting these two spaces separately, as well as assembling them depended on the tenant’s needs. A French restaurant L’ybane is opening next door.
‘This is an upscale residential neighborhood with retailers like Bed Bath & Beyond, Sleepy’s, Ritz Diner and others,” said Hal Shapiro, director of Winick Realty, who is marketing the spaces along with Jeff Winick, CEO.
Hal Shapiro is also marketing the retail spaces at 328 E. 61 Street, between First and Second Avenues, and 1111 First Avenue, on the Southwest corner of E. 61st Street.
The first space consists of 2,750 s/f on the ground floor, 2,250 s/f on the lower level and 2,850 s/f on the second floor.
The second space consists of 2,000 s/f on the ground floor and 1,500 s/f on the lower level. The store has 22 feet of frontage on First Avenue and 80 feet of frontage on E. 61st Street and can offer outdoor seating. Currently occupied by River Café, the space will be delivered vacant in the beginning of 2009.
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