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Winick Realty Group Exclusively Markets Two Boutique Retail Sites on Behalf of TF Cornerstone  

71 University Place Flyer (thunder-blue) photoWinick Realty Group announced that President Steven E. Baker and his associate Aaron S. Fishbein are bringing to market two boutique retail spaces on behalf of TF Cornerstone.

“We are proud to once again work with TF Cornerstone to market some of the most exciting new retail sites in their Manhattan portfolio,” said Baker. “These availabilities represent an opportunity for the right retailer to become part of some of Manhattan’s most dynamic and diverse neighborhoods.”

The available retail space at 107 Horatio Street is located on one of the most exciting blocks in the Meatpacking District, sitting just south of the new Whitney Museum and near the entrance to the High Line. Located between Washington and West Streets, the storefront is housed at the base of the 320-unit West Coast luxury residential building, also known as 95 Horatio Street, and is situated next to the building lobby. The availability comprises 1,113 square feet on the ground floor and 1,500 square feet in the selling lower level. All non-cooking uses will be considered for the space, which features high ceilings and ample glass frontage.

Baker and Fishbein are also exclusively marketing a prime Greenwich Village retail availability at 71 University Place, between East 10th and East 11th Streets. Offering 1,034 square feet of ground-floor space with high ceilings, the retail at 71 University Place is ideal for apparel, cosmetics, specialty non-cooking food and other dry uses that will complement a strong co-tenancy that includes Moleskin, Patsy’s, Antony Todd and Argo Tea. This high-density neighborhood features a fantastic mix of shoppers, students, residents and office workers and the retail site is poised to not only capture that foot traffic but also pull from the nearby Union Square Market.

“These boutique retail availabilities offer two great opportunities to reach a diverse mix of tourists, residents, office, shoppers and students on some of the most densely-populated corridors of the city,” added Steve Gonzalez, Director of Retail Leasing for TF Cornerstone.

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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.


New York Observer

Meatpacking Art Gallery Could Be Yours

For better or worse, ever since the construction of the High Line Park,existing tenants on Manhattan’s far West Side have felt its effects. Some have reaped the benefits of added pedestrian traffic, while others have faced the sting of being squeezed out of the area thanks to escalating rents.

At Heller Gallery, a hub for contemporary glass sculpture that’s been housed at the base of 420 West 14th Street since 1973,the latter has become an unfortunate reality. While their lease on the 3,600-square-foot gallery isn’t set to expire until July, owners have expressed interest in leaving sooner, citing the rising cost of operating in the Meatpacking District.
As leasing agent at the six-story, E.B.S.-owned  building, Winick Realty Group Director Kelly Gedinsky has been touting the asset’s great location and high ceiling in her marketing campaign to would-be retailers. After the jump, Ms. Gedinsky reviews the floor plan with The Commercial Observer and discusses what, exactly, will draw future tenants to the space once Heller Gallery vacates early next year.
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