From the monthly archives: "December 2010"

Winick Unveils Retail Showpiece

Winick Realty Group LLC is leasing two distinctive retail stores at 620 Sixth Avenue, the indoor-outdoor retail complex that encompasses the entire block between 18th and 19th Streets in Chelsea.

The two new spaces offer small retailers the chance to join co-tenants Bed Bath & Beyond, TJ Maxx and Marshall’s for the very first time.

Two interior retail spaces were constructed on either side of the escalators, where there had previously been unused open space.

Designed as glass cubes, the stores measure 1,100 s/f and can either house separate retailers or be combined for one 2,200 s/f leasing opportunity. Ideal uses include opticians, cosmetics, chocolatiers and vitamin shops—all non-cooking uses—and the cubes are available for immediate occupancy.

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QQ Nails and Spa to Open its Fourth Manhattan Location

QQ Nails and Spa is opening its fourth Manhattan location. The company has inked a lease for 10 years with Charles Washington LP for 2,500 square feet at 249 Eighth Ave. situated on the corner of West 23rd Street.

The company will take over the space formerly occupied by Jamba Juice. The asking rent for the space was $125 per square foot. Michael Gleicher from Winick Realty Group represented both the landlord and the tenant in the transaction.

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Smart Fashion signed a long-term, 2k SF lease for its first retail store at 149B W 36th St. Winick Realty Group’s Richard Smith and Tatiana Jung-Voevodina repped both the tenant and landlord Foremost Real Estate.

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Spa Takes 2,500 SF at 249 Eighth Ave.

Michael Gleicher is a broker at Winick Realty GroupQQ Nails and Spa, a salon and spa with three other New York City locations, has signed a lease for a 2,500-square-foot space at 249 Eighth Avenue, just off the corner of 23rd Street.

Winick Realty Group LLC associate director Michael Gleicher represented both the tenant and the landlord in this long-term lease transaction.

The salon will occupy the space formerly leased by Jamba Juice and join neighboring retailers such as T-Mobile, Starbucks and Vitamin Shoppe.

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Smart Fashion to Open its First Retail Store

A new clothing store will be opened in the garment district. Smart Fashion will open its first retail store on West 36th Street located between Seventh Avenue and Broadway.

Smart Fashion has signed a long-term lease with Foremost Real Estate for 2,000 square feet for a new store. The asking rent for the space was about $60 per square foot. Tatiana Jung-Voevodina and Richard Smith of Winick Realty represented both the tenant and the landlord in the transaction.

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Clothes Shop in the Garment District? Back to the Future!

These days it seems there’s actually nothing more novel than a new clothing store opening in the garment district.

Smart Fashion, which until now has been a Chinese importer and exporter of trendy preteen apparel, will open its first retail location on West 36th Street between Broadway and Seventh Avenue.

“That’s where they belong,” Winick Realty’s Tatiana Jung-Voevodina said of the store’s new 2,000-square-foot location in the former fashion haven.

Even miniskirt-clad teens should be able to make the trek around the corner from Macy’s without incurring severe frostbite. And if they do, they’ll at least be well fed, with sushi and Macaron Cafe on the street.

The neighboring retail space is still available, Ms. Jung-Voevodina told The Commercial Observer, and though several restaurants have shown interest, the brokers are doing their part by trying to lure yet another retailer to the nabe.

The asking rent for the long-term lease was around $60 a square foot. Winick’s Richard Smith and Ms. Jung-Voevodina represented both the tenant and the landlord, Foremost Real Estate.

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