Planet Fitness has signed a 16,000-square-foot lease at 22 East 14th Street in Union Square.
The deal reportedly gives the gym 1,000 square feet on the ground floor and 15,000 square feet on the lower level in a building owned by The New School.
Ofer Yardeni, the co-founder of Stonehenge Partners, said his firm’s 2010 acquisition of 555 Avenue of the Americas and subsequent $40 million renovation of the former St. Vincent’s Hospital building fills a “special place in [his] heart.” Read More
Dairy Queen will open its first Manhattan location at 54 West 14th Street this spring, the Berkshire Hathaway company announced today. The company is targeting an opening in mid- to late May, according to a spokesperson.
The New York “DQ Grill & Chill” location will be the Edina, Minnesota-based company’s first two-story restaurant, according to a press release. The 2,500-square-foot location will feature 60 seats on the downstairs level and 50 seats upstairs.
Is there a clear-cut line between southern Chelsea and the Meatpacking District now that both are no longer gritty?
Not really, says a committee that is trying to launch a new Business Improvement District called Meatpacking Area BID that would treat the two areas as one in order to provide maintenance, development and promotional services.
Dairy Queen, the Midwestern purveyor of the Blizzard, is coming to New York City.
The New York Post reports that the Edina, Minn.-based company has signed a lease for 2,500 square feet at 54 West 14th Street. DQ, which first opened in Joliet, Ill. in 1940, will debut in New York next spring on the ground and mezzanine levels of the property.
The city approved a demolition permit yesterday for 98-100 Avenue A, where a 40-unit apartment building will rise above 15,617 square feet of retail space.
East Village developer Ben Shaoul purchased the property last month for $15.5 million.
Wisconsin-based food concept 5oz Factory has inked a deal for a location in the village. The restaurant, which combines frozen custard and cheese melts and has been in the works for a couple of years, is coming to Manhattan, officials told The Commercial Observer.
PM Pediatrics has inked a deal for a new location in Brooklyn, brokers told The Commercial Observer.
The doctor’s office is known for being open every day including holidays and offering services after traditional work hours and weekends. The firm will take 6,055 square feet of ground floor retail space at 240 Atlantic Avenue in Read More
Famous Footwear has inked a deal for a new location in the Bronx.
The national footwear chain has signed a deal for a 5,500-square-foot store in the Throggs Neck Shopping Center located near the intersection of Lafayette Avenue, Brush Avenue, and Hutch Service Road.
“The leasing velocity we’re seeing at Throggs Neck Shopping Center demonstrates Read More
Petco has inked a deal for a new location in the Bronx.
The pet supply store will be located in the Riverdale Crossing retail center and will occupy 9,556 square feet of ground floor space in the freestanding building next to the crossing’s 118,000-square-foot anchor tenant, BJ’s Wholesale Club.
RECon: Las Vegas
Applebee’s is set to open a new 6,640-square-foot location in the Bronx.
The casual dining restaurant, known for signature items like “riblets,” will be opening a location at the Throggs Neck Shopping Center in Ferry Point. The center, anchored by Target and junior anchored by TJ Maxx, is slated to open in March 2014 and Read More
The ICSC conference in Las Vegas is the biggest retail convention of the year, a place where nearly every major retailer, owner and broker
converges at the sprawling Las Vegas Convention Centers for three days of networking and dealmaking.
Everyone, that is, except three of the industry’s biggest mall developers and operators.