Extreme Department Store Opening 15K SF Bronx Outpost in Concourse Plaza
The department store signed a 10-year lease for 15,003 square feet at the retail center at 214 East 161st Street, according to the landlord.
A spokesperson for the landlord did not provide the asking rent in the deal.
Extreme Department Store — which sells a variety of items, including clothing, furniture and toys — currently has another location in the Bronx and another in Queens.
The Feil Organization handled the deal in-house via Randall Briskin, while Gabriel Saff of Retail Zone represented Extreme Department Store. Saff did not respond to a request for comment.
“Getting a lease of this size signed within three months of the prior tenant vacating the space during the COVID-19 pandemic speaks volumes about the strength of the shopping center,” Briskin said in a statement. It’s unclear which store Extreme Department Store will replace.
The 311,650-square-foot Concourse Plaza was built in 1990. Other tenants include CVS, Bank of America, and Cajun seafood chain Hook & Reel, as well as anchor tenant The Food Bazaar.