News Archives: 2011

The New York Observer

Cutlery Purveyor Carves Niche in Soho

December 7, 2011

LEASE OF THE WEEK

Like many retailers with a pent-up desire to establish a retail presence in the city, the high-end purveyor of cutlery Victorinox had... More »

The New York Times

Square Feet – Transactions

October 12, 2011

$12.75/SQUARE FOOT
$420,750 approximate annual rent
Pullman Company Building
48-09 34th Street (at 48th Avenue)

Long Island City, Queens
Amy’s Bread has signed a 15-year lease... More »

New York Post

Between The Bricks – Amy’s Bread

October 5, 2011

Chelsea Market fixture Amy’s Bread will be downsizing there but expanding by moving her offices and wholesale bakery to Long Island City.

Amy’s Bread cafe/retail store... More »

Real Estate Weekly

Sinvin Sees Rise of Wooster St.


Sinvin Real Estate’s CHRISTOPHER OWLES and MICHAEL GLANZBERG see the rise of Wooster Street in SoHo.
The pair just helped arrange a tricky deal to... More »

New York Post

Between The Bricks – Amy’s Bread


Chelsea Market fixture Amy’s Bread will be downsizing there but expanding by moving her offices and wholesale bakery to Long Island City.

Amy’s... More »

Nail Salon Scratches Out Spot on Ludlow

September 20, 2011

Think Pink Spa to bring luxury nail treatments to “tremendously underserved” Lower East Side neighborhood.
Think Pink Spa has inked a lease for its fourth... More »

New York Post

Glanzberg Named Exclusive Broker for Victorinox Swiss Army

September 10, 2011

A sleeping giant is awakening and seeking to open more stores.

Victorinox Swiss Army is on the march and has hired Sinvin Real Estate to be... More »

West Village Gets All-American Baker

September 6, 2011

Chocolate Bar founder and two staffers take space on Hudson Street for a masculine maker of pies, cookies and cakes; new spot dodges French undertones.

A... More »

Bona Fide Pizza Expert Sets Up Shop

August 9, 2011

Owner of oldest pie shop in Naples, Italy, teams up with his West Village peer and together try their hands in Hell’s Kitchen.

Two players, including... More »

The New York Observer

Dahesh Finds Four-Year Salvation in SoHo

June 17, 2011

The Dahesh Museum of Art knows firsthand the merciless world of New York real estate. After a rent hike in 2007 forced the museum into... More »

Museum Takes Artful Approach to Cutting Rent

June 14, 2011

Priced out of midtown, Dahesh Museum regroups with lease for space on western fringe of SoHo.
After four years without a home, Dahesh Museum of... More »

citybiz

Two Retail Leases Signed at 229-243 West 60th St

June 13, 2011

Two new retail concepts have signed leases at The Sessanta and The Adagio, the newly-constructed residential towers at 229-243 West 60th St.

Pawsitively Love, a pet... More »

The New York Times

As Condos Fill, Retail Space Remains Vacant

June 2, 2011

RIVER LOFTS, a condominium at Laight and West Streets in TriBeCa, has attracted buyers like Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, who live in a spectacular... More »

New York Post

Between The Bricks

May 25, 2011

Victorinox will move to 3,000 square feet at 114 Wooster St. when the current lease at 136 Prince St. ends in June.
The new store... More »

The New York Times

Square Feet – Transactions


$39 / square foot
$261,612 approximate annual rent
915 Broadway (between 20th and 21st Streets)
Manhattan

An online video advertising company has signed a five-year lease... More »