Financial District celebrates arrival of first market in 30 years
Winick Realty has brought the Financial District its first supermarket in over 30 years.
Gristedes Supermarket will open a 7,500 s/f store at 90 Maiden Lane, between Pearl and Williams Streets.
Jeff Winick, the CEO and founder of Winick Realty, along with Lori Shabtai, director of Luxury and Brand Retail, Darrell Rubens, managing director, and Angelina DeRichie represented both the ownership, 80-90 Maiden Lane Dell LLC, and the tenant.
Winick was recently appointed exclusive leasing agent of the ownership.
“Wall Street was once thought of as a place limited to business. Today we are seeing the evolution of this area into a true 24-7 neighborhood,” said Rubens. “We are pleased to offer its 30,000 new residents a supermarket that will become a neighborhood staple.
“In the last three years, our company has leased space along the block to Gold’s Gym, Montessori Day School, Chipotle, Lenny’s, Zen Palette, Haru; and we are working on several other projects in the area.”
Wall Street is in the throes of a dramatic transformation. Directly across the street from 90 Maiden Lane, Rockrose is building Phase 2 of 2 Gold Street, which will contain 850 apartments and a 440-room hotel–with restaurants open 24 hours a day. While the neighborhood amenities are opening along this corridor, luxury retailers are opening just south, on Wall and Broad Streets.
Winick has recently completed leases with Canali and Thomas Pink, which will be joining Hermes, Tiffany & Co. and BMW at the base of the new luxury apartments.
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REW-March 21, 2007 – Financial District celebrates arrival of first market in 30 years