From the monthly archives: "January 2011"

Globe Street

NORTHEAST DEAL-WRAP

Union Square Retail Goes for $58M

113 Horatio StreetNew York City

TF Cornerstone recently signed a 10-year, approximately 3,500-square-foot lease with Bakehouse at 113 Horatio St. In addition to the ground floor, the bakery will occupy approximately 3,500 square feet of the building’s basement and will primarily be wholesaling cakes and pastries to the hotel and restaurant industry. The space will also be build out to accommodate a café/bakery and a French bistro-style restaurant serving the Meatpacking District. Alan Napak of Cushman and Wakefield represented the tenant, while Steven Baker and Zach Fox of Winick Realty represented the landlord in the transaction.

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Eastern Mountain Sports Hikes Back Uptown

Eastern Mountain Sports has found a home in the Upper West Side at the newly completed Laureate condominium on Broadway and West 76th Street, the New York Post reports. EMS has acquired a duplex retail space, with 4,100 square feet at street level, which rented for $350-per-square-foot and 8,700 square feet on the second floor, which rented for $125-per-square-foot. President of Winick Realty Group, Steven Baker, says many national apparel companies were interested in the space. According to My Upper West, EMS is in competitive company with a Modell’s Sporting Goods store on 76th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, a North Face store on Broadway and 73rd Street, and a JackRabbit Sports opening on 72nd Street between Broadway and Columbus Avenue in April 2011. EMS plans to open in fall 2011.

This marks the return of Eastern Mountain Sports to the Upper West Side, as they once occupied a space on 61st Street between Broadway and Columbus Avenue that closed five years ago.

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Globe Street

Eastern Mountain to Open at 2150 Broadway

2150 BroadwayNew Hampshire-based Eastern Mountain Sports is occupying a duplex retail space measuring about 13,000 square feet in the Laureate condominium situated on the southeast corner of West 76th Street and Broadway. The firm is opening its store in an 8,700-square-foot space on the second floor and a 4,100-square-foot space at the street level at 2150 Broadway.

Winick Realty Group represented Stahl Organization, the condo developer, and Katz & Associates represented the tenant in the transaction.

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Shophound

Home Goods Hangs Its Banner On Columbus Avenue

Columbus Square HomeGoodsWe heard last Summer that Home Goods was coming to the Columbus Square retail development (we hesitate to call it a strip mall, but with TJ Maxx, Modell’s and Michael’s…). It will be the final component of TJX Companies’ recent initiative to entrench its big box chains in Manhattan.

What we do know is that the store will be at 795 Columbus Avenue, somewhere between where 98th and 99th Streets would cross, directly across the street from TJ Maxx, its sister store. This will be New York City’s second branch of the Home Goods, after the one on Staten Island (which we don’t totally count —no offense to S.I.ers). For those who are unfamiliar, it is essentially, just like Marshalls or TJ Maxx without all the clothes and accessories. That means it can be either a cavalcade of fantastic kitchenware, bedding and home furnishings bargains, or a giant collection of sad, picked-over off-price merch depending on which day you hit it. You may think that Manhattan has already got more than its fair share of big-box stores, but The Shophound has had some awfully good luck at TJ Maxx’s home department, so we’re guessing that whenever Home Goods opens, it will be drawing even more shoppers to the upper reaches of Columbus Avenue.

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Racked

Home Goods Domesticates Columbus Square; EMS to 76th Street

Columbus Square HomeGoodsUPPER WEST SIDE—The Shophound investigates the state of the Home Goods coming in to big box complex at Columbus Square. “For those who are unfamiliar,” he writes, “it is essentially, just like Marshalls or TJ Maxx without all the clothes and accessories. That means it can be either a cavalcade of fantastic kitchenware, bedding and home furnishings bargains, or a giant collection of sad, picked-over off-price merch depending on which day you hit it.”

UPPER WEST SIDE—EMS, which recently opened a Soho outpost, is adding a second location on 76th and Broadway. The two-story spot, on the southeast corner of the intersection, has never had a tenant before. These are heady times in the outdoor-sports business: Modell’s is also opening on the Upper West Side and REI is setting up in Noho’s Puck building.

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My Upper West

More Sporting Goods Options! EMS Coming to the UWS

Sporting goods store Eastern Mountain Sports, often referred to as EMS, is expanding to the Upper West Side, according to The New York Post.  The store, with dozens of locations throughout the Northeast, is opening a two-level, 13,000-square-foot location in the new Laureate condominium building (Broadway at 76th).  The building, for which construction was just completed in fall 2010, will contain the retail space, occupying 4,100 square feet at the street level and 8,700 square feet on the second floor.  With an upcoming JackRabbit Sports opening on 72nd between Broadway and Columbus in April 2011, a North Face store on Broadway and 73rd, and a Modell’s Sporting Goods store that opened in The Harrison on 76th and Amsterdam late last summer, the addition of EMS gives sporty Upper West Siders an abundance of shopping options.  The store is planning for a fall 2011 opening.

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