News Archives: 2017

Glossier Unveils a Fabulous New Brick-and-Mortar Space

November 29, 2017

In its meteoric rise to cult fandom, beauty brand Glossier may have its already iconic branding to thank as much as its products... More »

Desperate for tenants, retail landlords are letting leases get shorter and shorter

November 20, 2017

When Jay Goltz decided last year to bring his four-decade-old Chicago furniture store to New York City, he was put off by the... More »

The New York Times

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

October 11, 2017

RECENT SALE

$3.2 MILLION

137 Hudson Street (between Beach and Hubert Streets)

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New York Post

NYC commercial real estate scene thriving 16 years after 9/11

September 12, 2017

On this 16th year of commemorating the horror and heroism of 9/11, all’s well on the Manhattan office scene — an outcome that seemed impossible... More »

Commercial Observer

E-Commerce Luggage Brand Away Travel Opening First Permanent Store at 10 Bond Street

June 23, 2017

Online luggage retailer Away Travel is opening its first permanent brick-and-mortar location at 10 Bond Street in Noho after agreeing to take nearly 2,700 square... More »

The New York Times

Recent Commercial Transactions

May 11, 2017

FOR LEASE

$108.98/SQ. FT.

$564,000 approximate annual rent

221 West Broadway (between... More »

Commercial Observer

Fendi, Herno to Dress Up Greene Street

March 1, 2017

Luxury retailer Fendi and Italian outerwear brand Herno will be the latest high-end brands to set up shop on Greene Street in Soho, Commercial Observer has learned.

Fendi, which has... More »

Blu Dot Opening Largest Store In New York

February 16, 2017

MINNEAPOLIS — Modern home furnishings retailer Blu Dot will open its second New York showroom and largest store to date on Madison Avenue this spring.

At... More »

Real Estate Weekly

Pizza Stars Right Fit For Village Space


Detroit-style square pizza specialist, Emmy Squared, is set to open in the former Blue Ribbon Bakery space at 33 Bedford Street in the West Village.

Steve... More »