162-Year-Old Luxury Bedding Brand Signs New Retail Lease Across From D&D Building
Charles P. Rogers, who has been manufacturing beds, mattresses and bedding since it was founded in New York City in 1855, has signed a 10-year lease for their second Manhattan showroom at 213 East 59th Street.
Located between Second and Third Avenues, the storefront gives Charles P. Rogers strategic placement across from the entrance to the Decoration & Design Building and among a concentration of high-end home furnishing retailers including The Shade Store and Savoir Beds.
Winick Realty Group’s Charles Rapuano, President Steven E. Baker, and Jeremy Wintner represented landlord Chosen Equities in the Charles P. Rogers lease, as well as ownership in the Shade Store and Savoir Beds deals, making this the company’s third successful lease transaction on the block.
“We have seen this stretch of East 59th Street change from small mom-and-pop shops to a destination for sophisticated upscale retailers with real branding,” said Rapuano. “This block is the perfect place for Charles P. Rogers to set up their Midtown showroom and we are confident that they will find themselves positioned for great success.”
Sinvin’s Chris Owles and Sarah Shannon represented Charles P. Rogers, who will occupy 2,000 square feet of space, including 1,350 square feet on the ground floor and 730 square feet in the basement. The retail location also comes with 1,138 square feet of backyard space that is dedicated to the retail tenant.
Charles P. Rogers currently operates one factory showroom in the Flatiron District, as well as one in East Rutherford, NJ.
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