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Winick Realty Group Brings Irving Farm Coffee Roasters to Midtown East Location

matthew-schuss-web-ver-profile-001New York-based coffee company Irving Farm Coffee Roasters signed a lease at 135 East 50th Street, between Third Avenue and Lexington A venue, 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, wo represented Irving Farm Coffee Roasters in the lease transaction, his third on behalf of the brand. Landlod 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 square feet on the ground floor, along with a 300-square-foot basement. Schuss added, “The space not only offered great frontage and visibility, but also had a lot of characer 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 eight location overall, including a nearby kiosk in Grand Central terminal.

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Mann Report – February 2017 – Winick Realty Group Brings Irving Farm Coffee Roasters to Midtown East Location

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

Schuss of Winick Realty leases 1,500 s/f retail space

135-east-50thNew 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.

For more, download the full article in PDF

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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.

Real Estate Weekly

Coffee Roaster Opens 6th Outlet

matthew-schuss-web-ver-profile-001New York-based coffee company Irving Farm Coffee Roasters signed a lease at 135 East 50th Street, 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.

Added Schuss, “The space not only offers 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.”

This will be Irving Farm’s sixth brick-and-mortar and eighth location overall, including a kiosk in Grand Central terminal.

For more, download the full article in PDF

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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.

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Winick Realty Group Brings Irving Farm Coffee Roasters to Midtown East Location

matthew-schuss-web-ver-profile-001New York-based coffee company Irving Farm Coffee Roasters signed a lease at 135 East 50th Street, between Third Avenue and Lexington Avenue, 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 Associated Director Matthew Schuss, who represented Irving Farm Coffee Roasters in the lease transaction, 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 square feet on the ground floor, along with a 300-square-foot basement. Added Schuss, “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.

For more, download the full article in PDF

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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

Irving Farm Coffee Roasters Opening First Outpost in Midtown East

irving-farm-coffeeIrving Farm Coffee Roasters has signed an 1,800-square-foot lease at 135 East 50th Street (known as The Randolph House) for its eighth location in the city, Commercial Observer has learned.

The artisanal coffee shop comprises 1,500 square feet on part of the ground floor of the 10-story rental building between Third and Lexington Avenues. The tenant will also have a 300-square-foot basement for storage, according to the tenant’s broker, Winick Realty Group. The asking rent in the 15-year deal was $25,000 a month.

“Midtown East is finally getting a much-needed artisanal coffee shop,” Winick’s Matthew Schuss said in a prepared statement. “The space not only offered great frontage and visibility, but also had a lot of character that Irving Farm liked.”

Redwood Property Group’s Ilan Rosenthal and Michael Robbins, who represented landlord Handler & Co, did not return requests for comment. The new store is expected to open by Jan. 23.

Irving Farm has existing locations at 71 Irving Place in the Gramercy Park area, 88 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side, 224 West 79th Street on the Upper West Side, 1424 Third Avenue on the Upper East Side, 200 Broadway in the Financial District, 151 West 19th Street in Chelsea and a kiosk in Grand Central Terminal.

While CO recently noted that other artisanal coffee chains, such as Fika and Los Angeles-based Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, had shuttered locations in Manhattan, Schuss said Irving Farm is different.

“Irving Farm isn’t just a coffee shop—it’s an experience,” he said. “Along with having incredible coffee, they have an eclectic food menu. Between the music, friendly baristas and charming buildout, Irving Farm is welcoming to all people who visit and call Manhattan home.”

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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.

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Landlords look to pull Fifth Ave. north of GM Plaza

59th-night-snapchat-cropHarry Macklowe famously transformed Fifth Avenue retail when he brought the Apple cube to the base of the General Motors Building in 2006. Now, 10 years later, the GM Building’s neighbors have a similar idea, but this time they’re thinking in two dimensions.

Property owners on East 59th Street are repositioning retail spaces looking out onto the GM Plaza in the hopes of creating a shopping “square” that piggybacks on the recent Cartier and Under Armour deals, anchoring the north end of the plaza the way that Bergdorf Goodman does on the southern end.

And early signs indicate the changes will pay off.

Techies have lined up outside Snapchat’s pop-up shop at 5 East 59th Street ever since it opened in late November in the building that once served as home to the Playboy Club, which owners GreenOak Real Estate and Capstone Equities overhauled earlier this year.

The partners quickly bought out the Italian restaurant Bottega del Vino and several office tenants above. They’re marketing the property now as a 40,000-square-foot combination space, looking for a single tenant that will sell trendy wares off the ground floor and use the ones above for offices or showroom space once Snapchat’s short-term lease is up.

One of the major selling points is the building’s 5,000-square-foot façade that can be used as an eye-catching sign seen across the plaza.

“I think part of the appeal is that it’s the only unencumbered building you can occupy in this neighborhood and use the façade as frontage,” said Kelly Gedinsky of Winick Realty, which is marketing the space. “It’s visible as far as Park Avenue in the 50s and 7th Avenue.”

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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.