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Lexington Retail Looks to Future

1636-1642 Lexington AvenueWinick Realty Group director Monica Kass and associate Jeremy Schwartz, along with executive vice president Lori Shabtai, are exclusively marketing 4,000 s/f of newly-renovated retail at 1636-1642 Lexington Avenue on behalf of United Management and Certes Partners.

Located steps from the 6 train, the storefronts offer wraparound glass frontage with 100 ft. of visibility on Lexington Avenue and 85 ft. on East 104th Street.

Ownership has upgraded the aesthetics of the retail property, which is divided into five storefronts that range from 306 to 2,226 s/f for local and national tenants alike to help the area grow into the future.

“East Harlem has very deep roots of family and community and it’s something about which residents in this area are very proud,” said Shabtai.

“At the same time, the neighborhood is very young and dynamic and its inimitable spirit is carrying it into an exciting future as the next new spot in Manhattan.

“With the launch of this amazing retail project, we have the opportunity to make this area not only as good as it’s always been bot also reach the heights it has been destined to achieve.”

The retail is close to the residential community, as well as schools including The Lexington Academy, The Heritage School, Cristo Rey High School, DREAM Charter School, Amber Charter School and the Young Women Leadership School of East Harlem. The team is considering all uses, including cooking and food tenants.

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Winick Realty Group Markets Game-Changing Retail Availability in the Heart of East Harlem

1636-1642 Lexington AvenueWinick Realty Group is honored to announce an unprecedented opportunity to shape the retail of East Harlem, one of Manhattan’s most dynamic and as-yet-untapped areas. Director Monica Kass and Associate Jeremy Schwartz, along with Executive Vice President Lori Shabtai, are exclusively marketing approximately 4,000 square feet of newly-renovated retail at 1636-1642 Lexington Avenue on behalf of United Management and Certes Partners.

Located steps from the 6 train, these charming storefronts offer incredible wraparound glass frontage with 100 feet of visibility on Lexington Avenue and 85 feet on East 104th Street. Ownership has invested tremendous time and money to upgrade the aesthetics of the retail property, which is divided into five storefronts that range from 306 square feet to 2,226 square feet. This evident care and commitment on part of ownership offers immediate value to the incoming tenants as each piece of this newly-developed retail offering allows for local and national tenants alike to help the area grow into the future while honoring its commitment to its deep and storied past.

“East Harlem has very deep roots of family and community—more so than most other areas of the city—and it’s something about which residents in this area are very proud. At the same time, the neighborhood is very young and dynamic and its inimitable spirit is carrying it into an exciting future as the next new spot in Manhattan,” explained Shabtai. “With the launch of this amazing retail project, we have the opportunity to make this area not only as good as it’s always been but also reach the heights it has been destined to achieve.”

“There is nothing I am more inspired or excited by in retail  leasing than being part of the future in a positive way for all while at the same time bringing  tremendous value to this building and our  relationship with United Management and Certes Partners,” she continued.

The retail’s proximity to the nearby residential community, as well as schools including The Lexington Academy, The Heritage School, Cristo Rey High School, DREAM Charter School, Amber Charter School and the Young Women Leadership School of East Harlem, further helps to maintain a connection between the retail at 1636-1642 Lexington Avenue and the strong family and community ties in the area.

“We plan to listen to the neighborhood and give them the amenities and retailers they want and need,” said Kass, who noted the team is considering all uses, including cooking and food tenants.  “With a clear eye on East Harlem’s past, present and future, this retail site feels like a true game changer for this exciting and dynamic community.”

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