West Coast-based clothier Nida signs NY lease

TRD New York /
Dec.December 01, 2010 01:02 PM

Urban clothier Nida just signed a lease for a 2,100-square-foot space at 571-573 Hudson Street, between West 11th and Bank streets in the West Village. Nida — in its first New York location — will occupy 1,050 square feet on the ground and 1,050 square feet in the basement, and the store is scheduled to open this winter. Robert K. Futterman & Associates represented the tenants, while Newmark Knight Frank Retail represented the landlord, 571 Hudson Street Corp. “Nida was looking to find an ideal location to serve as its East Coast presence and the West Village was a viable option, with its incredible storefronts and visibility,” said Karen Bellantoni, executive vice president at RKF. “The pedestrian traffic and nearby food options will help position this brand in a growing retail corridor.” Nida is a boutique store based in San Francisco, Calif. and features urban clothing, shoes and accessories for men and women. TRD

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