Food For Thought
In this business, the first few months are the toughest. Adapting to the environment of “here’s a desk, here’s a phone, GO,” isn’t the easiest thing to do as a young broker “pounding the pavement” and putting in the extra time.
It is tough to find a few solid hours to sit down and clear your Read More
The Sixteenth Street Synagogue has enlisted Winick Realty Group to help it find a new home one month after the Appellate Court denied the 67-year-old congregation a stay of eviction, The Commercial Observer has learned.
Winick Associate Director Joshua Siegelman and his colleague Jonathan Banayan are taking the assignment to heart as they seek landlords in the Chelsea and Flatiron neighborhoods to provide a new home for the Orthodox synagogue, which has been offering Shabbat, morning and afternoon prayer services in a revolving roster of temporary spaces since it was ordered to clear out of its former–and only–home at 3 West 16th Street.
Winick Realty Group has been selected by Brookfield Office Properties to exclusively market 40,000 square feet of vacant sub-level retail space at One New York Plaza.
The space, damaged during Hurricane Sandy and slated to be rebuilt and repositioned, makes up the concourse level of the 2.6-million-square-foot Class A tower, with entryways on Whitehall, Broad and Water Streets.