Natuzzi Americas will be relocating to Nomad.
The Italian furniture retailer will leave its space at 101 Greene Street and move uptown to 105 Madison Avenue. The new lease, set to extend through 2023, will span 4,900 square feet on the ground floor of the building.
“With this lease, Natuzzi Americas has moved from one furniture district to another, Read More
Men’s Wearhouse has signed a 10-year, roughly 8,800-square-foot lease at 1219 Third Avenue in the Upper East Side, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The menswear company is taking a 6,665-square-foot ground floor space and 2,100 square feet in the basement, said Gary Alterman of RKF, who represented both the tenant and owner, Fraydun Realty, in the transaction.
Whole Foods is set to open a new location on the Upper East Side.
The natural and organic supermarket has inked a long-term deal for a 39,000-square-foot space at 1551 Third Avenue. The store will span three stories that consist of a lower level, first and second floor.
“We’ve been looking for the right store Read More
Fastbreak Kids is set to open a new location on First Avenue between 84th and 85th Streets on the Upper East Side.
The sports training company will open its 14th facility in Manhattan and its first full-time dedicated indoor location. The new space, signed for 10 years, will be located at 1629 First Avenue and Read More
Staples will be moving a few blocks down to Atlas Capital’s 641 Sixth Avenue in the coming months.
The office supply store has held a 19,000 square foot lease at 699 Sixth Avenue since 1993 but will be exchanging it for a smaller but modernized space.
“Staples was looking for a new location that would Read More
Fairway has inked a lease deal in Kips Bay Plaza for its fourth Manhattan location.
The grocery store will grab a 42,000-square-foot corner lot at 542-580 Second Avenue. The space will occupy 2,000 square feet on the ground level and escalators and glass elevators will bring shoppers to a massive 40,000-square-foot lower level with 20-foot Read More
Retail brokers: Think your 2011 retail deals has the chops to compete for the best deal of the year?
The Real Estate Board of New York wants you to man up and submit your nominations for the group’s Retail Committee’s Deal of the Year Cocktail Party on Tuesday, June 14, from 5:30 p.m.