Schuss of Winick Realty leases 1,500 s/f retail space
New York-based coffee company Irving Farm Coffee Roasters signed a lease at 135 East 50th St., between Third Ave. and Lexington Ave., marking the company’s first brick-and-mortar location in Midtown East.
“Midtown East is finally getting a much-needed artisanal coffee shop,” said Winick Realty Group associate director Matthew Schuss, who represented Irving Farm Coffee Roasters in the lease, his third on behalf of the brand. Landlord Handler & CO LLC was represented by Ilan Rosenthal and Michael Robbins of Redwood Property Group.
The retail space, previously the home of Nada Sushi for 30 years, comprises 1,500 s/f on the ground floor, along with a 300 s/f basement. Schuss said, “The space not only offered great frontage and visibility, but also had a lot of character that Irving Farm liked. There was an old rustic feel to the space that the brand will be able to elevate as they build out the store to resemble other Irving Farm locations.”
Expected to open in January, this will be Irving Farm’s sixth brick-and-mortar and eighth location overall, including a nearby kiosk in Grand Central terminal.
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