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Nordstrom Rack might open at Sutton’s 125th St. retail project

Other tenants at 100 West 125th St. include Whole Foods and Burlington Coat Factory

May 19, 2015 08:35AM

A rendering of 100 West 125th Street (Inset: Jeff Sutton)

A rendering of 100 West 125th Street (Inset: Jeff Sutton)

Nordstrom Rack could be opening up at Jeff Sutton’s 100 West 125th Street.

A recent rendering of Sutton Wharton Realty’s retail project, also known as 291 Lenox Avenue, showed that the six-story, 200,000-square-foot shopping complex will have a Nordstrom Rack on the second floor, the New York Post reported. A spokesperson for Nordstrom, however, denied that the company signed a lease, according to the newspaper.

The rendering, which is part of an advertisement for Meridian Capital Group, also accurately showed the project’s other tenants: Whole Foods, American Eagle Outfitters, Burlington Coat Factory, Olive Garden and TD Bank. Meridian brokered a $95 million construction loan for the project. [NYP, 2nd] — Claire Moses