Harris Dolbee Moving to Bigger Space at 250 West 39th Street



250 West 39th Street.
250 West 39th Street.

Fashion Accessories’ company Harris Dolbee will vacate its smaller showroom at 250 West 39th Street and will relocate to a larger space in the same building.

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Come Oct. 15, Harris Dolbee will occupy 1,822 square feet in the 18-story, 204,000-square-foot building owned by TR 39th Street Landcorp. It currently occupies 1,087 square feet on the 11th floor, and will move to the 7th floor as part of the roughly six year lease. 

Catherine O’Toole and Jonathan Mines of CBC Alliance represented both the tenant and the landlord in the deal. The asking rent was $45 per square foot, Ms. Toole said.

“They’re one of our larger accessory brands in the 1926 building. They attract like brands to the building,” said Ms. O’Toole. “We’re very happy that they’re staying in the building.”

The Garment Center building is entirely occupied, something that Ms. O’Toole attributes to “great brands and happy tenants.”

Other tenants in the building for include Anna Sui, Tumi, Sketchers, Mainstream USA, Affliction and Fusion.  The first eatery on the block, Cafe Kabila, is located on the ground floor.

“We have a very creative mix of tenancy,” she said of the building. “39th Street is a very desirable street for the brands.”