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New York Real Estate Journal

Cohen and Baker of Winick Realty handle 2,000 s/f lease; Block of Winick represents landlord

Function of Beauty, a New York-based startup that uses a proprietary algorithm to create personalized shampoos and conditioners, has signed a 2,200 lease at 355 West Broadway, located between Broome and Grand Sts. in SoHo.

The company, which was founded by MIT graduate Zahir Dossa in December 2015, will occupy the building’s fourth and fifth floor duplex with office space and an exclusive showroom. Each floor measures 1,100 s/f, including an outdoor patio, and a dedicated elevator that provides access to each floor, making it possible for Function of Beauty to bring customers into the showroom without walking them through the office space. Ownership gut renovated the building, creating an all-glass window line on the front and rear of the upper floors that brings striking natural light into the space.

“Function of Beauty spent six months searching for the perfect brick-and-mortar location. First they focused on ground-floor retail sites but soon realized that a showroom like this would not only befit the exclusive, by-appointment nature of their business but also give them an eye-catching, Instagram-worthy space that is well-suited for such a social media-savvy brand,” said Daniyel Cohen, an associate at Winick Realty Group.

Cohen represented Function of Beauty along with Winick Realty Group president Steven Baker, while Winick Realty Group’s executive VP Lee Block represented landlord Quality Capital.

Function of Beauty is expected to open their office and showroom in Fall 2017, when clients will be able to come in for appointment-only consultations that result in up to 12 billion different shampoo and conditioner formulations.

“With Function of Beauty, we are able to take an industry that has been stagnant for many years and turn it into something personalized and experiential for our customers,” said Dossa. “Having this showroom allows our customers to get a first-hand look at how their individualized hair care products are formulated in ways that celebrate their unique hair type and beauty goals.”

Along with colleagues Renee Tabache and Spencer Bowers, Block is continuing to market the remaining retail and showroom space in the five-story building, seeking tenants who will complement Function of Beauty, as well as the surrounding SoHo shopping district. The 2,100-square-foot, ground-floor retail space features an exposed brick interior with an open layout and no columns, as well as prominent flagpole signage. On the second and third floors, up to 3,600 s/f of showroom space is available with outdoor terraces on each floor, a new elevator and a fully built-out space ready for a tenant to move in once a lease is signed.

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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

Upscale eateries Dépanneur and Simó Pizza take TFC space at luxury 33 Bond

TF Cornerstone and Winick Realty Group announced retail leases with Dépanneur and Simó Pizza at the base of TFC’s 33 Bond, a 714-unit luxury residential rental building in Downtown Brooklyn.

Dépanneur and Simó Pizza are taking a combined 4,504 s/f along the base of the retail strip located at 300 Livingston Street. The retailers will join Chelsea Piers and Colombian coffee roaster Devoción, rounding out TFC’s roster of retail tenants.

Dépanneur, a pioneer in upscale and locally sourced provisions and takeaway, focuses on bringing the best ingredients and foodstuffs to their customer.

Depanneaur, which will be launching an additional two stores from its Williamsburg flagship, leased two separate retail spaces, with approximately 62 feet of all-glass Livingston Street frontage between them.

The first, measuring 1,820 s/f, will be similar to the high-end markets the company currently operates in Williamsburg and Clinton Hill. The second measures 1,051 s/f, will be another component to Dépanneur‘s shop.

Simó Pizza, a fast-casual pizza dining concept was derived by owner Simone Falco. He was inspired for this restaurant by his renowned Neapolitan eatery Rossopomodoro in the West Village and his Rossopomodoro locations within Eataly USA.

This second location at 33 Bond will occupy a 1,633 s/f space adjacent to Dépanneur, with 36 feet of all-glass frontage, 17-foot ceilings and offering guests a taste of Napoli in 90 seconds.

A Winick team comprised of Steven Baker, Aaron S. Fishbein and Daniyel Cohen worked alongside Steve N. Gonzalez of TFC to secure the leases on behalf of the developer.

A Ripco team of Andrew Clemens and Ben Weiner represented Dépanneur. Simó Pizza was represented in-house in its lease.

An additional 3,500 s/f of retail remains available.

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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

Deli, Pizza Joint Ink Deals at TF Cornerstone’s DoBro Rental

A convenience store (in two leases) and a restaurant will take more than 4,500 square feet at TF Cornerstone’s new 714 unit rental project in Downtown Brooklyn at 33 Bond Street, Commercial Observer has learned.

Dépanneur, a Brooklyn-based store that calls itself a “better bodega,” has signed two leases at 300 Livingston Street (the retail portion of 33 Bond Street) for two separate ground-floor spaces, according to Winick Realty Group.

The larger of the spaces, which is 1,820 square feet, will be an upscale “corner store” similar to the ones the company has in Williamsburg at 242 Wythe Avenue at North 3rd Street and in Clinton Hill at 519 Myrtle Avenue at the corner of Grand Avenue.

Dépanneur’s second space at 300 Livingston Street will encompass 1,051 square feet, and there it is working on a new concept, according to a Winick spokeswoman.

Both Dépanneur deals are for 15 years and the stores are expected to open in the second quarter of 2018. The asking rent in the deals was $125 per square foot.

Winick’s Steven Baker, Aaron Fishbein and Daniyel Cohen handled the deals for the landlord alongside TF Cornerstone’s Steve Gonzalez in-house. Ripco Real Estate’s Andrew Clemens and Ben Weiner, who represented Dépanneur in the deals, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

In addition to the transactions with Dépanneur, fast-casual pizza restaurant Simó Pizza has signed a 10-year deal for a 1,633-square-foot space on the ground floor of 300 Livingston Street. Simó Pizza, created by Italian chef and restaurateur Simone Falco, did not have a broker in the deal. It is also expected to open in the second quarter of 2018. The asking rent was $125 per square foot as well.

“Dépanneur and Simó Pizza are ideal tenants for the unique retail mix we’re in the process of curating at… 33 Bond Street,” Baker in a prepared statement. “From a strategy standpoint, the retailers we’ve secured leases for represent the best possible value to the neighborhood. Additionally, they offer residents of 33 Bond with an amenity that positively contributes to their active lifestyles.”

Simó Pizza and the Dépanneur stores will join a 52,000-square-foot fitness concept by Chelsea Piers, which signed a lease at 33 Bond Street in July, as CO previously reported.

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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

Shampoo startup bubbles up in SoHo with West Broadway lease

Function of Beauty, a New York-based startup that uses a proprietary algorithm to create personalized shampoos and conditioners, has signed a lease at 355 West Broadway in SoHo.

The company, which was founded by MIT graduate Zahir Dossa in December 2015, will occupy the building’s fourth and fifth floor duplex with office space and an exclusive showroom.

Function of Beauty is expected to open their office and showroom in Fall 2017, when clients will be able to come in for appointment-only consultations that result in up to 12 billion different shampoo and conditioner formulations.

“With Function of Beauty, we are able to take an industry that has been stagnant for many years and turn it into something personalized and experiential for our customers,” said Dossa. “Having this showroom allows our customers to get a first-hand look at how their individualized hair care products are formulated in ways that celebrate their unique hair type and beauty goals.”

Daniyel Cohen, an associate at Winick Realty Group represented Function of Beauty in its lease along with Winick president Steven E. Baker. Winick executive vice president Lee Block represented landlord Quality Capital.

Each floor measures 1,100 s/f, including an outdoor patio, and dedicated elevator access to each floor.

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.

Citybizlist

Winick Realty Group Leases First Showroom for Innovative Hair Care Start-Up Function of Beauty

Function of Beauty, a New York-based startup that uses a proprietary algorithm to create personalized shampoos and conditioners, has signed a lease at 355 West Broadway, located between Broome and Grand Streets in the heart of SoHo.

The company, which was founded by MIT graduate Zahir Dossa in December 2015, will occupy the building’s fourth and fifth floor duplex with office space and an exclusive showroom. Each floor measures 1,100 square feet, including an outdoor patio, and a dedicated elevator that provides access to each floor, making it possible for Function of Beauty to bring customers into the showroom without walking them through the office space. Ownership gut renovated the building, creating an all-glass window line on the front and rear of the upper floors that brings striking natural light into the space.

“Function of Beauty spent six months searching for the perfect brick-and-mortar location. First they focused on ground-floor retail sites but soon realized that a showroom like this would not only befit the exclusive, by-appointment nature of their business but also give them an eye-catching, Instagram-worthy space that is well-suited for such a social media-savvy brand,” said Daniyel Cohen, an associate at Winick Realty Group.

Cohen represented Function of Beauty along with Winick Realty Group President Steven E. Baker, while Winick Realty Group’s Executive Vice President Lee Block represented landlord Quality Capital.

Function of Beauty is expected to open their office and showroom in Fall 2017, when clients will be able to come in for appointment-only consultations that result in up to 12 billion different shampoo and conditioner formulations.

“With Function of Beauty, we are able to take an industry that has been stagnant for many years and turn it into something personalized and experiential for our customers,” said Dossa. “Having this showroom allows our customers to get a first-hand look at how their individualized hair care products are formulated in ways that celebrate their unique hair type and beauty goals.”

Along with colleagues Renee Tabache and Spencer Bowers, Block is continuing to market the remaining retail and showroom space in the five-story building, seeking tenants who will complement Function of Beauty, as well as the surrounding SoHo shopping district. The 2,100-square-foot, ground-floor retail space features an exposed brick interior with an open layout and no columns, as well as prominent flagpole signage. On the second and third floors, up to 3,600 square feet of showroom space is available with outdoor terraces on each floor, a new elevator and a fully built-out space ready for a tenant to move in once a lease is signed.

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 Exclusive Colombian Coffee Roaster to TF Cornerstone’s 300 Livingston Street

Colombia-based coffee purveyor Devocion has signed a long-term lease for a 1,722-square-foot café at 300 Livingston Street, the retail strip located at the base of a 714-unit residential building known as 33 Bond. Developed by TF Cornerstone, the building is situated at the crossroads of Boerum Hill and Downtown Brooklyn.

The retail at 300 Livingston Street is poisd to draw from such diverse populations including office workers; shoppers from the Fulton Mall; upscale residents from the thousands of new constructions in the neighborhood; students from nearby universities and MetroTech; and tourists populating the area’s many hotels, including the new Ace Hotel that is set to open across the street.

“The building at 300 Livingston Street is uniquely situated between two of Brooklyn’s fastest-growing neighborhoods and, specifically, it is positioned on the traffic path that leads Boerum Hill residents to the many area train stations,” said Winick Realty Group President Steven E. Baker. “This accessibility helped draw Devocion to 300 Livingston Street and will help make them a staple in the neighborhood.”

Baker, along with Winick Realty Group’s Aaron S. Fishbein and Daniyel Cohen, represented landlord TF Cornerstone. Devocion was represented by Covell Consulting.

“We are proud to welcome Devicion to 300 Livingston Street,” said Steve N. Gonzalez, director of retail leasing at TF Cornerstone. “They offer a unique concept that will greatly serve the 714 residential units in the building, as well as the ever-evolving retail landscape of Downtown Brooklyn and Boerum Hill.”

Founded in 2006 in Colombia and then brought to New York in 2013, Devocion’s second Brooklyn location, which will open in late 2017, will occupy the prime corner location of the building at Livingston and Bond Streets. The street-level space boasts 17-foot ceilings, as well as eye-catching, all-glass corner frontage.

The new 40-seat café will offer the brand’s trademark farm-fresh direct trade coffee, in addition to a variety of in-house freshly baked pastries and sandwiches. With a network of over 400 microlot farms throughout Colombia, Devocion is the only true farm-to-table coffee roaster. They serve the freshest coffee in the US, overnighting their beans from Bogota to their Williamsburg showroom via FedEx for roasting in as little as 10 days from “green state.”

“Our second New York location is, to some degree, more important than our first, so I am excited to have found such a great location in Brooklyn that is evolving so quickly,” said Steven Sutton, founder of Devocion. “We are thrilled to have found a landlord that understands the needs of their tenants and look forward to servicing all of the residents at 33 Bond, as well as those customers from all around the area.”

Baker, Fishbein and Cohen are continuing to market the remaining retail at 300 Livingston Street, which ranges from 1,500- to 5,500-square-foot spaces. They are actively speaking with a variety of similarly-upmarket retailers—including artisanal food services, pantry operators, home goods and high-quality restaurants—who will create a strong co-tenancy in the building.

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Mann Report – August 2017 – Winick Realty Group Brings Exclusive Colombian Coffee Roaster to TF Cornerstone’s 300 Livingston Street

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.