Orange Leaf signed a long-term, 1,000-square-foot lease at 345 Adams Street, giving the Downtown Brooklyn retail condo 100 percent occupancy.
Ariel Schuster and Brian Segall of RKF represented the landlord, Muss Development LLC. Henry Goldfarb, Stanley Lindenfeld and Adam Frisch of Lee & Associates represented the tenant.
This will be Orange Leaf’s first Brooklyn location. The fro-yo chain has six stores throughout Manhattan and Staten Island. The retailer will count other fast food outlets including Panera Bread and Potbelly as neighbors. The Texas barbecue joint Hill Country, which originated in Murray Hill, announced an 11,000-square-foot lease at 345 Adams earlier this month.
Muss Development in 2007 bought 35,785 square feet of retail space across the first two floors of the property. The childcare facility Bright Horizons occupies 15,000 square feet of space there.