From the monthly archives: "January 2015"

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Krauss of Winick Realty Group leases three NJ locations for Pure Barre totaling 4,445 s/f

GK with Red Bank PB OpsPure Barre has signed leases for their first location in three New Jersey markets—Denville, Short Hills and New Providence.

Winick Realty Group’s Gary Krauss is the broker representing Pure Barre in Northern New Jersey and he negotiated each of the three leases on behalf of the brand.

“The Pure Barre name has a lot of cachet. It’s a classy look, attracting a desirable demographic of affluent, active women. And this type of barre concept, which is the best in its class, brings people in from a surprising distance away,” said Krauss, who actually took a Pure Barre class in order to best represent the brand.

The company is set to occupy 1,900 s/f of retail at 255 Millburn Ave. in Millburn, NJ.

“We found Pure Barre a great location with terrific frontage visibility to Millburn Avenue and with a large parking lot in the back,” said Krauss. Landlord Fidelco Realty Group was represented in house by Kerri Levine.

This is the second location for the operators, Melanie Colman and Molly D’Alessio, who also run a studio in Red Bank, NJ.

Pure Barre also leased 1,200 s/f at the Village Shopping Center, located at 1260 Springfield Rd. in New Providence, NJ. This newly-redeveloped center is “now the best site in that market,” said Krauss.

Pure Barre will be joining a high-level co-tenancy that includes Starbucks, CVS, Smashburger and Chipotle Mexican Grill, who was represented in their lease transaction by Winick Realty Group NJ senior vice president Daniel Spector. CJ Huter of The Goldstein Group represented the landlord, Urstadt Biddle Properties.

Finally, Pure Barre leased 1,345 s/f at 20 West Main St. in the Denville Square Shopping Center in Denville, NJ.

“Denville is a lake community, so it’s a town that values an active, healthy lifestyle – the perfect demographic for Pure Barre,” said Krauss. Landlord Lerner Properties was represented in house by Andrea Constantine.

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Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal_013015_Krauss of Winick Realty Group leases three NJ locations for Pure Barre totaling 4,445 sf

Winick Realty Group is one of New York’s prominent real estate firms specializing in retail leasing and advisory services.  Over the years, Winick Realty has served a broad range of domestic and global clients, with a strong emphasis on long-term representation and expansion and growth strategies.  Winick Realty Group is highly recognized as a forerunner in the retail real estate market. 

 

Globe Street

Exclusive Agency Assignments for Kislak, Winick, and NAI Mertz

tyler-bennet-258x3005Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation has selected Winick Realty Group to market Washington Bridge Plaza, 2151 Lemoine Avenue in the Fort Lee, NJ market.

The property includes spaces of 1,800 square feet or up to 8,300 square feet in the Washington Bridge Plaza shopping center. Located immediately over the George Washington Bridge and one block from Fort Lee High School, the center is anchored by Walgreens and includes such highly-regarded national co-tenants as Verizon, Five Guys, GNC, and an HSBC Bank branch that boasts over $115 million in deposits.

“I am delighted to be working with Ashkenazy for a second time to market one of their prime New Jersey Properties,” says Tyler Bennett, Winick senior vice president and co-founder. “Washington Bridge Plaza is one of the few shopping centers in the Fort Lee market with on-site parking, as well as accessibility for both pedestrian and vehicular traffic, and the center has had a long history of housing very successful retailers.”

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globe street-012915-Exclusive Agency Assignments for Kislak, Winick, and NAI Mertz

Winick Realty Group is one of New York’s prominent real estate firms specializing in retail leasing and advisory services.  Over the years, Winick Realty has served a broad range of domestic and global clients, with a strong emphasis on long-term representation and expansion and growth strategies.  Winick Realty Group is highly recognized as a forerunner in the retail real estate market. 

 

 

Citybizlist

Winick Realty Group Markets Washington Bridge Plaza Retail Site on Behalf of Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation 

Washington Bridge PlazaWinick Realty Group NJ Senior Vice President and Co-Founder Tyler Bennett proudly announced that Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation has selected the company to exclusively market a new retail exclusive in the affluent Fort Lee, NJ market.

The retail at 2151 Lemoine Avenue includes spaces of 1,800 square feet or up to 8,300 square feet in the Washington Bridge Plaza shopping center. Located immediately over the George Washington Bridge and one block from Fort Lee High School, the center is anchored by Walgreens and includes such highly-regarded national co-tenants as Verizon, Five Guys, GNC, and an HSBC Bank branch that boasts over $115 million in deposits.

“I am delighted to be working with Ashkenazy for a second time to market one of their prime New Jersey Properties,” said Bennett. “Washington Bridge Plaza is one of the few shopping centers in the Fort Lee market with on-site parking, as well as accessibility for both pedestrian and vehicular traffic, and the center has had a long history of housing very successful retailers.”

Washington Bridge Plaza not only offers close proximity to New York City but also to a surrounding neighborhood that features a dense residential and daytime population including more than 586,000 residents and 123,000 employees within three miles of the shopping center. At the same time, more than 17,000 vehicles pass the shopping center via Lemoine Avenue/Route 67 and an additional 125,000 vehicles pass by along the New Jersey Turnpike and George Washington Bridge. With Pylon signs on Lemoine Avenue and Bridge Plaza Avenue, the ideal tenant will not only complement the existing tenant mix but also attract the incredible number of potential consumers living, working, driving and walking by the shopping center.

Bennett is leading the exclusive broker team on the project, which includes Susan Preisler and Carley Scarantino. Washington Bridge Plaza is currently Bennett’s second marketing assignment from Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation as he is currently representing multiple retail spaces ranging from a 2,800-square-foot pad site to a 73,000-square-foot anchor space at Toms River Center.

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citybiz-012915-Winick Realty Group Markets Washington Bridge Plaza Retail Site on Behalf of Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation

Winick Realty Group is one of New York’s prominent real estate firms specializing in retail leasing and advisory services.  Over the years, Winick Realty has served a broad range of domestic and global clients, with a strong emphasis on long-term representation and expansion and growth strategies.  Winick Realty Group is highly recognized as a forerunner in the retail real estate market. 

 

New York Real Estate Journal

 

Winick leases three N.J. locations for Pure Barre totaling 4,445 s/f

gary-krauss-258x30012Pure Barre has signed leases for their first location in three New Jersey markets – Denville, Short Hills and New Providence.

Winick Realty Group’s Gary Krauss is the exclusive broker representing Pure Barre in Northern New Jersey and he negotiated each of the three leases on behalf of the brand. The following transactions total 4,445 s/f:

* The company is set to occupy 1,900 s/f of retail at 255 Millburn Ave. in Millburn. Landlord Fidelco Realty Group was represented in house by Kerri Levine;

* Pure Barre leased 1,200 s/f at the Village Shopping Center, located at 1260 Springfield Rd. in New Providence. Pure Barre will be joining a high-level co-tenancy that includes Starbucks, CVS, Smashburger and Chipotle Mexican Grill, who was represented in their lease transaction by Winick Realty Group NJ senior vice president Daniel Spector. CJ Huter of The Goldstein Group represented the Landlord, Urstadt-Biddle Properties; and

* Pure Barre leased 1,345 s/f at 20 West Main St. in the Denville Square Shopping Center in Denville. Landlord Lerner Properties was represented in house by Andrea Constantine.

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NYRE Journal_012715_Winick leases three N.J. locations for Pure Barre totaling 4,445 sf

Winick Realty Group is one of New York’s prominent real estate firms specializing in retail leasing and advisory services.  Over the years, Winick Realty has served a broad range of domestic and global clients, with a strong emphasis on long-term representation and expansion and growth strategies.  Winick Realty Group is highly recognized as a forerunner in the retail real estate market.

Citybizlist
Winick Realty Group Markets Prestigious Chelsea Corner Across from Whole Foods on Behalf of TF Cornerstone 

270 7th Avenue Retail Space LR 01-12-15Winick Realty Group President Steven E. Baker and Aaron S. Fishbein proudly announced the availability of a rare retail corner in the heart of the Chelsea/Penn Station market. Baker and Fishbein are exclusively marketing the retail space at 270 Seventh Avenue on behalf of owner TF Cornerstone. The storefront sits directly across the street from Whole Foods and blocks from The Fashion Institute of Technology, Madison Square Garden and Penn Station.

“It is rare for such a prominent retail corner to become available in this market,” said Baker. “We are proud to once again be working with TF Cornerstone to represent a prime listing in their retail portfolio.”

With 3,500 square feet of prime retail space with 120 feet of all-glass frontage and signage potential on the Northwest Corner of Seventh Avenue and West 25th Street, the site is poised to capture the incredible foot traffic and buying power from the Whole Foods location across the street, as well as such nearby attractions as Madison Square Garden, Penn Station and both the 34th Street and 23rd Street shopping corridors. All uses are considered for the space, which sits alongside the building’s current retail tenants, TD Bank and BuyBuy Baby.

“This prime location is sure to attract a broad spectrum of tenants,” said Steve Gonzalez, Head of Retail Leasing for TF Cornerstone.

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citybiz-012115-Winick Realty Group Markets Prestigious Chelsea Corner Across from Whole Foods on Behalf of TF Cornerstone

Winick Realty Group is one of New York’s prominent real estate firms specializing in retail leasing and advisory services.  Over the years, Winick Realty has served a broad range of domestic and global clients, with a strong emphasis on long-term representation and expansion and growth strategies.  Winick Realty Group is highly recognized as a forerunner in the retail real estate market.

 

 

New York Observer

The Colleges That Ate New York

manhattanville-campus-under-constructionFor a moment there, it appeared as if three mammoth university construction projects slated for New York City might never get on the rails. New York University’s 2-million-square-foot expansion in Greenwich Village got tied up in court over the use of park areas during construction, until an appeals court this past October ruled in the school’s favor. Columbia University’s planned 6.8-million-square-foot campus in Manhattanville also faced legal hurdles before the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010 allowed the school to take over property in the blighted community in West Harlem. Finally, Ithaca-based Cornell University is developing the 700,000-square-foot Cornell Tech, an engineering school that will occupy the northern end of Roosevelt Island.  That project initially drew the ire of pro-Palestine protestors because of its affiliation with an Israeli university called Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

Now that all three developments are moving forward, Commercial Observer examines what the projects mean for New York City’s real estate landscape.

Michael Gleicher, a director at Winick Realty Group, which is marketing retail space in the Columbia Manhattanville project, believes the expansions underscore how businesses of every persuasion want a footprint in New York City. “[The projects say] how New York continues to be at the center of the world, not just in finance, but in research, information and technology,” said Mr. Gleichner. “The expansion of the campuses has really put New York City at the forefront.”

Richard T. Anderson, the president of New York Building Congress, views such projects as an engine for growth. “Higher education  represents about $2 billion a year in construction activity,” said Mr. Anderson. “It’s a big market. And it helps the economy in two ways. Directly, in work for designers and contractors and crafstmen. Indirectly, it serves as an economic multiplier, where every dollar spent on these projects generates another 50 cents of economic activity.”

The projects are driven by competition among top-tier colleges. Officials at NYU and Columbia University have said that their expansions will allow them to attract talented faculty and graduated students. And Cornell Tech’s $2 billion campus is the product of an initiative led by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg to increase entrepreneurship and job growth in the city’s technology sector. The university will ultimately compete with schools like The Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University.

“New York has become a much more compelling place to study and more attractive place to live with a greater likelihood that students will find a quality job,” said Kenneth Hochhauser, an executive vice president at Winick. “So to satisfy that demand, they’ve gone on a building spree, but it’s not just for students. It’s also a desire to capture research dollars. The building spree is classrooms and dorms, and also incubators, labs and research space.”

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Winick Realty Group is one of New York’s prominent real estate firms specializing in retail leasing and advisory services.  Over the years, Winick Realty has served a broad range of domestic and global clients, with a strong emphasis on long-term representation and expansion and growth strategies.  Winick Realty Group is highly recognized as a forerunner in the retail real estate market.