Winick Realty Group has been tapped by Brookfield Office Properties to market exclusively the 40,000-square-foot retail concourse at One New York Plaza, according to a Winick press release. The marketing team comprises Winick President Steven Baker, Kenneth Hochhauser, executive vice president and Joshua Siegelman, associate director.
The space is sub-level and vacant, according to published reports, and the release says the concourse has entryways to Whitehall, Broad and Water streets. It was also damaged during Hurricane Sandy with 23 million gallons of floodwater, necessitating a gut renovation.
“We are delighted to be associated with a premier landlord like Brookfield Office Properties, who has hired us to reposition this exciting retail site in a way that meets the needs of the many office workers, residents and tourists who have significantly altered the landscape of this neighborhood in recent years,” Baker said in the release.
One New York Plaza’s office space reopened in mid-November. As previously reported, roughly 15 to 18 million square feet of Lower Manhattan office space remains closed in the wake of the storm. — Zachary Kussin