The Real Deal New York

Downtown by Starck retail hits the market

November 30, 2010 09:57AM

More than 126,000 square feet of prime Financial District retail space has gone up for grabs at Downtown by Philippe Starck, the high-rise condominium conversion of the former JPMorgan headquarters at 15 Broad Street/23 Wall Street, and the marketing team is angling for a department store to fill the spot. (Though its New York City future may be somewhat dependent on how the court battle over 3 Columbus Circle plays out, Nordstrom is said to be looking). Jona Rechnitz’s JSR Capital, which is leasing out the space, said it could also be divided to create multiple stores. The firm has also kicked off its marketing efforts for 14,789 square feet at 35 Wall Street across the way, for which it is hoping for “a single user looking for a multi-level flagship, mini-department store or combined retail/design/office location.” TRD


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