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Children’s Salon Buzzing Into Stuyvesant Town

There is a new buzz in Stuyvesant Town, and it’s coming from the area’s newest salon the New York Observer reports.

Children’s hair salon Beehives & Buzzcuts has just signed a 10 year lease for a space on 365 First Avenue. The 2,500 square foot space charges a rent of $13,000 per month but will provide ample space for the business. Good thing too, since the salon plans to host children’s parties in addition to cutting hair and painting nails.

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Globe Street

Beehives & Buzzcuts Leases 2,500 SF at 365 First Avenue

Beehives & Buzzcuts has leased its first location near Stuyvesant Town. The children’s hair salon has signed a lease for 10 year with Sassouni Management for 2,500 square feet at 365 First Avenue situated between 21st and 22nd streets.

The asking rent for the space was $13,000 per month. Joseph Isa and Brian Tregerman with Winick Realty represented Carolyn Massey, the owner of Beehives & Buzzcuts, and the landlord in the lease transaction.

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Citybizlist

First NYC Location for Children’s Hair Salon Beehives & Buzzcuts

Children’s hair salon and event space Beehives & Buzzcuts has leased its first location at 365 First Avenue, between 21st and22nd Streets. The 2,500-square-foot store will offer hair and nail services for children, as well as space for children’s parties.

“With five schools in the area and the large number of families living in nearby Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, this is the ideal location for Beehives & Buzzcuts,” said Winick Realty Group LLC’s Brian Tregerman.

Tregerman and Joseph Isa, a senior managing director at Winick Realty Group LLC, represented both salon owner Carolyn Massey and landlord Sassouni Management in this long-term lease transaction.

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Real Estate Weekly

Food Market Takes UWS Space

Westside Market, the 46-year-old family-owned food market and caterer, has leased its fourth Manhattan location at 2589 Broadway, between 97th and 98th Streets on the Upper West Side.

“We worked with Westside Market for more than two years to make sure we found the perfect location for their fourth store,” said Tatiana Jung of Winick Realty Group LLC, who represented the tenant along with Winick Realty Group LLC director Richard Smith.

Ownership was represented in the long-term lease transaction by Winick Realty Group LLC CEO Jeff Winick and senior managing director Ann La Centra.

Westside Market took a total of 15,607 s/f, including 8,607 s/f on the ground floor and 7,000 s/f on the lower level.

They will sell sushi, baked goods, prepared foods and more than 500 imported and domestic cheeses, among other items. The retailer currently runs two additional Upper West Side locations, as well as one in Chelsea.

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Commercial Observer Now

New Lease Will ‘Bee’ on First

Beehives & Buzzcuts, a children’s hair salon and event space (whatever happened to Chuck E. Cheese for birthdays?), has signed a lease near Stuyvesant Town for its first-ever location, The Commercial Observer learned.

The 2,500-square-foot space at 365 First Avenue, between 21st and 22nd streets, will be replete with hair and nail services for the kiddies as well as sprawling event space for their birthday parties.

Brian Tregerman and Joseph Isa of Winick Realty represented Beehives & Buzzcuts owner Carolyn Massey as well as building owner Sassouni Management.

“With five schools in the area and the large number of families living in nearby Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, this is the ideal location for Beehives & Buzzcuts,” Mr. Tregerman said.

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Bird Is the Word at West Side Wildlife Rehab Center

New Yorkers might assume there’s a wildlife rehabilitation center somewhere within the city limits—a reasonable assumption in a city that boasts three zoos, a botanical garden in every outer borough, and is home to many animal and environmental rights groups.

In fact, New York is the only major U.S. city without a wildlife rehab center. The Wild Bird Fund is about to change that by opening the first center of its kind on the Upper West Side, expanding its capacity to treat injured wild animals—mainly birds—by 100 percent.

The non-profit foundation is led by Rita McMahon and Karen Heidgerd, both licensed by the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation to rehabilitate wild birds and by the federal Department of the Interior to work with migratory birds.

McMahon stumbled upon this calling by accident—she’s a television consultant by trade who met Heidgerd, a veterinary nurse, when she started rehabbing pigeons in her free time. They’ve been expanding ever since, and have worked out of the Animal General facility on Columbus Avenue for eight years, where veterinarians volunteer their time for surgeries when needed.

With the help of an angel investor, the Wild Bird Fund has leased a large storefront across the street and is renovating it in preparation for a brand-new center. They’re planning an educational theater, a pool for waterfowl, a flying room and enough space to house twice as many birds as they currently care for.

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