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Extreme Department Store Opening 15K SF Bronx Outpost in Concourse Plaza


Extreme Department Store will open its third New York City location inside Concourse Plaza in the Bronx, landlord The Feil Organization announced.

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.

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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.