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80 maiden laneJERSEY MIKE’S SUBS

Jersey Mike’s Subs opened its first location in New York in Manhattan on July  30. The 3,200-square-foot restaurant is located at the corner of Maiden Lane and  Gold Street. The store serves breakfast,  lunch and dinner, and will add delivery  services in the coming months. The chain  expects to open more than 100 restaurants  across the country this year with a focus  on the Tri-State area. A second New York  location opened in August. Founded at  the Jersey Shore in 1956, Jersey Mike’s  Subs, a fast-casual sub sandwich franchise,  has more than 750 locations open and  under development.

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shopping center business-september 2013-restaurant bites

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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Who’s News

adam-kruvant-profile-001Winick Realty Group has added two new brokers to its New Jersey branch, located in Cranford. Adam Kruvant and Gary Krauss will assist senior vice presidents and founding partners Daniel Spector and Tyler Bennett in the marketing of more than 1 million square feet of retail. Krauss specializes in retail supermarket operations, which he gained from previously working with Pathmark Supermarkets. Kruvant previously worked for Vanguard Realty whwere he worked on retail leases in New Jersey.

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shopping center business-july 2013-who’s news

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Who’s Who in the Industry

Daniel Spector and Tyler Bennett, senior vice presidents and founding partners, will lead Winick Realty Group’s new office in Cranford, N.J. Winick welcomes Spector and Bennett to the firm where they will work closely with the president and executive vice president to focus on the data and analytics that help clients pinpoint specific geographic networks. Spector has been in the retail leasing and asset sales business for more than 25 years with Northern New Jersey as his major concentration for the past 15 years. Bennett concentrates on tenant representation, landlord leasing, land development and asset sales in Central and Northern New Jersey, as well as Staten Island, N.Y.

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shopping center business-december 2012-who’s who in the industry

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Cycling Gym Rides On Fitness Trends

With the group fitness craze riding a cresting wave, Revolve, a stylish cycling studio, has plans to take advantage of America’s desire to get in shape. The cycling company offers classes for customers of all skill types in metro Washington, D.C., and has plans to open a New York location in late October.

The company is targeting stores between 2,000 and 3,000 square feet that also include a minimum of 1,000 square feet of column free space to accommodate the exercise bike equipment.

Lee Block, associate director at Winick Realty Group, LLC, who acts as Revolve’s exclusive leasing agent in New York, says 52 E. 13th St. is the perfect location for a cycling studio since it gives the company the ability to offer classes at all times of the day to cater to a range of riders.

“You have New York University to one side, along with a lot of residential and office workers nearby. So, we can do early morning classes, afternoon classes, classes during lunch and classes at the end of the day and in the evenings as well,” he says.

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shopping center business-october 2012-Cycling Gym Rides On Fitness Trends

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Restaurant Bites

BAKEHOUSE

TF Cornerstone recently signed a 3,500-square-foot lease with Bakehouse, a bakery and café concept, at 113 Horatio St., in New York City’s Meatpacking District. Alan Napack of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant while Steven Baker and Zach Fox of Winick Realty represented the landlord in the transaction. Bakehouse was founded in 2010 and is the brainchild of Philippe Bonsignour, founder of West Village’s long established 11th Street Café.

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shopping center business-march 2011-restaurant bites

MANY SPIRIT STORES TO OPERATE AS TOYZAM! THROUGH HOLIDAYS

Spirit Halloween leased 870 pop-up stores in 47 states and Canada. Many of these locations will remain through January as ToyZam! Stores, which will sell toys for the holidays. The company leased a record number of pop-up stores in Manhattan this year, according to Winick Realty Group’s Alexander Hill, who represented the company in New York City leases. Locations included an 11,000 square-foot space at 655 Avenue of the Americas at 20th Street, and 312 First Avenue, between 18th and 19th Streets, formerly occupied by Blockbuster.

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shopping center business-november 2010-many spirit stores to operate as toyzam through the holidays