A sample deal from each neighborhood in Manhattan...


20 John Street

Financial District (FiDi)

Fulton Street Station

900 SF in the bustling Financial District, just across the street from the upcoming Fulton Station, which is projected to serve 300,000 riders daily.


458 Greenwich Street

TriBeCa

2,000 SF along a sleepy stretch of Greenwich Street, yet the block had a certain celebrity appeal for its cache.  

Direct Lease + Key Money


47 Fifth Avenue

Barclay's Center

Park Slope

1,250 SF within line-of-sight from the main entrance of the Barclay's Center.  Space was secured on behalf of the tenant just before the influx of sold-out shows night after night at the celebrity-owned Barclay's Center.


64 Frost Street

Williamsburg

3,500 SF space off-the-beaten-path.  Despite the challenging location, it was quickly leased to a reputable Manhattan operator who brought the space back to life!


321 W 51st Street

Midtown West

Times Square

5,000 SF leased on behalf of the most successful ramen chain in Japan, which translates to the most successful ramen chain in the world!  This off-the-avenue space was ideal for the powerful brand to benefit from the theater crowd, tourists, and convenient location.


2286 Broadway

Upper West Side

Broadway

350 SF of prime, prime, prime, Broadway space adjacent movie theater and across from Barnes & Noble, and Coach.  Highly sought after small retail location was won over amongst dozens of competing offers from highly reputable operators.


120 Greenwich Street

Financial District (FiDi)

World Trade Center

 

3,000 SF leased to a reputable operator moving from a Goldman Sachs building.  Ownership had difficulty leasing the space during the Ground Zero construction, but the doubtful tenant was encouraged make a commitment to its future, now the restaurant is thriving beyond imagination.


154 Bleecker Street

West Village

1,600 SF of oddly shaped restaurant space leased at a record-breaking PSF rate on Bleecker Street.

 


108 First Avenue

East Village

1,000 SF among a stretch of vacant stores was quickly leased to a national tenant.


1574 Second Avenue

Upper East Side

1,800 SF U-shaped spaces are a challenge for any restaurant operator in creating a sustainable and successful operation.  Fortunately, the creative tenants were able to take advantage of this superb location by offering dinner on one side, and a dessert bar on the other side!