Men’s Wearhouse likes the way it leases.
The men’s dresswear company has renewed and doubled its corporate office space at 1400 Broadway between West 38th and West 39th Streets, Commercial Observer has learned. The 10-year lease with landlord Empire State Realty Trust brings the retailer to two full floors of the 768,622-square-foot building.
Muss Development has signed Men’s Wearhouse to a long-term, 6,300-square-foot renewal at 7000 Austin Street in Forest Hills, Queens, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The men’s retailer occupies retail space alongside Starbucks, Barnes & Noble, Eddie Bauer and T.G.I Friday’s at the 78,939-square-foot mixed-use property. Allen Health Care and Bilinguals Inc. both occupy office space in the building.
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.
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