French Bakery Maison Kayser Opening in Downtown Brooklyn
Interest in Downtown Brooklyn is rising faster than yeast in an oven.
French bakery chain Maison Kayser inked a deal for 4,500 square feet across two floors of 210 Joralemon Street between Court Street and Boerum Place, according to The Real Deal. Asking rent was $160 per square foot in the 12-year lease.
The lease fills out the remaining retail space in the 50,000-square-foot retail condominium at the building, also known as the Brooklyn Municipal Building.
Maison Kayser, which serves up baguettes and fruit-topped pastries, will be joining Last Call Neiman Marcus, the discount offshoot of the high-end brand, as well as Yoga Works and Sephora.
The bakery will be on the Court Street side of the space, according to TRD, with an official address at 57 Court Street.
Paul Berkman of JLL represented the baker, while Jason Pennington of Ripco Realty represented the landlord, United American Land. Neither Mr. Berkman nor Mr. Pennington were available for comment.
Maison Kayser will take 3,000 square feet on the ground floor, and 1,500 square feet on a lower level, TRD said.
The bakery has eight locations in Manhattan either operating or slated to open soon, according to its website. Those are concentrated to Midtown, Lower Manhattan, and on the Upper East and Upper West Sides.