Herald Square Building 100 Percent Leased to Childrenswear Companies


34 west 33rd street Herald Square Building 100 Percent Leased to Childrenswear Companies
34 West 33rd Street.

Five childrenswear companies have committed to a total of 5,296 square feet at 34 West 33rd Street, according to a press release issued by Adams & Co., the firm that represented the building in these transactions.

“We’re 100 percent committed to leasing only to childrenswear to create the go-to location for the childrenswear market in New York,” said David Levy, the principal of Adams & Co. “Right now, there are 45 childrenswear companies in the building and the building is 100 percent leased.”

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The largest of the five leases was Yoka Showroom re-signing a lease for 1,645 square feet at the property between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas. The company will likely use to the space for offices and a showroom for its children’s clothing company. The asking rent was $48 per square foot.

The other transactions include Babyvision, which signed a new lease for 993 square feet, Mayra’s Collection, which penned a renewal for 938 square feet, Babyfair, which nabbed a renewal for 885 square feet and Ali’s Market, which renewed a lease for 835 square feet.

Adams & Co.’s David Levy and Brett Maslin represented both the landlord, Arcade Building Associates, and all of the aforementioned tenants in their deals.

The 12-story property, also known as the Childrenswear Center, was built in 1908 and includes 158,200 square feet.