6,300 Square Feet of Prime Soho Retail Hits the Block
Billy Gray July 10, 2013, 7:45 a.m.
A retail space with 4,300 square feet of ground floor and 2,000 square feet of basement retail at 80 Wooster Street is on the market. And a new tenant has the opportunity to rub shoulders with neighbors like Chanel, Burberry and Longchamp in one of the city’s most prominent shopping districts.
Douglas Elliman real estate group Chairman Faith Hope Consolo and Executive Vice President Joseph Aquino are marketing the property, which has 45 feet of Soho frontage and includes an elevator. “This deal is for lease, but may be for sale for the right tenant,” Ms. Consolo said in an email. Asking rent is $225 per square foot on the ground level. The sales price will be given upon request.
The current tenant, the cashmere specialist Christopher Fischer, is still in place. As for the future, Ms. Consolo said she and Mr. Aquino are seeking a fashion or home accessories retailer suited to an increasingly luxurious Soho, where internationally known brands have recently poured in.
The address has a certificate of occupancy for retail. It is bordered by the Japan-based retailer Pas de Calais‘ American flagship and the designer sunglasses store Ilori.