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  • Nordstrom Rack

    From left: Nordstrom Rack store and 3 Columbus Circle

    Nordstrom Rack is looking at a Central Park location just a block away from the future home of its sister store in Extell Development’s under-construction Nordstrom Tower. [more]

  • From left: Marc Holliday, 260 East 72nd Street on the Upper East Side and David Berley

    From left: Marc Holliday, 260 East 72nd Street on the Upper East Side and David Berley

    SL Green Realty purchased a mixed-use Upper East Side residential building at 260 East 72nd Street for $27.1 million, according to property records filed Wednesday with the city. [more]

  • From left: Michael Cleeman and Jeff Winick

    From left: Michael Cleeman and Jeff Winick (credit: STUDIO SCRIVO)

    Winick Realty Group announced today that it is launching a new investment sales division, headed up by Michael Cleeman, a former vice president of Cohen Real Estate’s investment sales group.

    “We are happy to welcome Michael,” said Winick Realty Group president Steven E. Baker, “and we are confident that his strong reputation and relationships will be a great asset as we launch our investment sales division, which we feel is a natural evolution from our retail leasing business.” [more]

  • duane

    From left: Duane Reade, Jeff Winick (credit: STUDIO SCRIVO) and Patrick Smith

    Jeff Winick’s Winick Realty Group lost Duane Reade — one of its biggest accounts – to fellow retail brokerage SRS Real Estate Partners. [more]

  • Baker-Siegelman-One-Mad-Feldman

    From left: Steven Baker, Joshua Siegelman, One Madison at 20 East 23rd Street and Steven Feldman

    The retail brokerage firm Winick Realty Group won the assignment to represent the retail condominium at the base of the formerly bankrupt, spire-like residential tower One Madison in the Flatiron District. [more]

  • Steven Baker and 95 Broadway

    Steven Baker and 95 Madison Avenue

    A 20,000-square-foot, multi-level retail space at the base of the 100-year-old Emmet Building at 95 Madison Avenue has hit the market. [more]

  • A rendering of the retail space at 1407 Broadway

    A rendering of the retail space at 1407 Broadway

    The Lightstone Group has hired retail brokerage Winick Realty Group to market a prospective 22,000-square-foot retail cube at the base of an office tower near Bryant Park, a Winick spokesperson told The Real Deal today. [more]

  • From left: Darrell Rubens, Lee Block, 1282 Third Avenue and Matthew Schuss

    From left: Darrell Rubens, Lee Block, 1282 Third Avenue and Matthew Schuss

    Winick Realty Group is marketing a corner retail flagship property that boasts the largest floor plate currently available on Third Avenue, according to a release from the firm. [more]

  • Kim-Caffe-Bene

    Blu Realty Group’s Andy Kim and Caffé Bene location at 1611 Broadway

    A popular South Korean coffee and pastry franchise chain with more than a thousand locations in Asia is planning an aggressive rollout in New York City — even as retail rents in some neighborhoods are at all-time highs and competitors are growing. [more]

  • winick-570-seventh

    From left: 570 Seventh Avenue, Jeff Winick and Darrell Rubens

    Capstone Equities and the Carlyle Group tapped Winick Realty Group to market a 20,000-square-foot flagship retail space at 570 Seventh Avenue near 41st Street, Winick Realty Group told The Real Deal exclusively. [more]

  • From left: a rendering of 30-30 Northern Boulevard and Steven Baker of Winick

    From left: a rendering of 30-30 Northern Boulevard and Steven Baker of Winick

    Winick Realty Group has been named the exclusive marketer of a massive chunk of retail at a rising multi-use development in Long Island City, Queens, The Real Deal has learned. The 150,000 square feet of retail at 30-30 Northern Boulevard are being offered by a Winick team of Steven Baker, Aaron Fishbein and Jeremy Schwartz on behalf of Alma Realty, which bought the plot in 2011 from Edward Minskoff for $21.5 million. [more]

  • From left: Steven Baker, Aaron Fishbein and 387 Park Avenue South

    From left: Steven Baker, Aaron Fishbein and 387 Park Avenue South

    Winick Realty Group is marketing a new 12,000-square-foot retail space at 387 Park Avenue South, The Real Deal has learned exclusively. The space, which a spokesperson said is perfect for a flagship, offers 200 feet of frontage along both Park Avenue South and East 27th Street. [more]

  • 205-east-42nd-street

    Durst’s Tom Bow and 205 East 42nd Street

    The Durst Organization has turned again to Winick Realty Group, this time to market the retail space at Durst’s condominium 205 East 42nd Street.

    The 21-story condo, located between Second and Third avenues, features a 5,636-square-feet ground-floor space and 2,069-square-foot lower level space. It has 60 feet of frontage along 42nd Street. Last year, Durst made Winick the leasing agent for retail spaces in two nearby Midtown East office towers: 202 East 42nd Street and 655 Third Avenue, where Winick has its headquarters.  [more]

  • winick

    European Wax Center on the Upper West Side, and Darrell Rubens

    Two ground-floor retail spaces at Ascend Group’s new 84-unit condominium building in Tribeca have been leased, according to a release from Winick Realty Group, which brokered the deals.

    Reade Street Prep, a preschool, signed a 3,600-square-foot lease at 75 Reade Street. On the other side of the building, which goes by the address 95 Chambers Street, European Wax Center grabbed 1,650 square feet.  [more]

  • 2000-2010 Broadway

    2000-2010 Broadway

    An Upper West Side block association is demanding that a space vacated by a Food Emporium earlier this year must be leased to another market.

    The group, concerned about landlord Madison Capital’s plans to subdivide the space, at Broadway and West 68th Street, is circulating a petition asking the property owner to lease the entire 28,000-square-foot space to a grocer. Residents have also appealed to Community Board 7, which has not passed any formal resolution on the matter. [more]

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  • graces

    Grace’s Marketplace, 215 East 68th Street

    UPDATED, 4:52 p.m., Nov. 6: Family-run food merchant Grace’s Marketplace is staying in the Upper East Side, but soon setting up shop at 215 East 68th Street, a 608-unit rental building owned by Rudin Management.

    For 30 years, 1237 Third Avenue at 71st Street has served as the market’s home. The 15-year lease is for a total of 13,125 square feet on the ground floor and lower level — nearly twice the size of the old 7,000-square-foot space. The ground floor is 7,742 square feet, and the lower level is 5,383. Asking rents were $200 per square foot.

  • From left: Brian Tregerman, Joseph Isa and 585 Fifth Avenue

    From left: Brian Tregerman, Joseph Isa and 585 Fifth Avenue

    Commercial brokerage Winick Realty Group has taken on the marketing of a small space at the former Sony showroom at 585 Fifth Avenue. [more]

  • haru

    From left: Haru at 205 West 43rd Street and 229 West 43rd Street

    Japanese restaurant chain Haru inked a lease for 5,300 square feet at the former New York Times headquarters at 229 West 43rd Street. [more]

  • Ricky's Halloween Store in Hoboken

    A Ricky’s Halloween store in Hoboken

    Popular New York City retailer Ricky’s has signed two short-term leases totaling 12,000 square feet on Park Row for a festival gifts store and a beauty products store, respectively. [more]

  • Another niche gym grabs Manhattan space

    September 16, 2013 03:43PM

    From left: Kari Saitowitz, 31 West 19th Street, Ross Burack and Kelly Gedinsky

    The Fhitting Room, a boutique fitness studio that focuses on high-intensity training in small classes, has inked a deal to open its second location in Manhattan. It’s the latest in a string of alternative work-out providers expanding their retail presences in Manhattan. [more]