Intermix to open in Meatpacking District

TRD New York /
Feb.February 08, 2011 11:53 AM

Karen Bellantoni, executive vice president at RKF, and 812 Washington StreetWomen’s clothing and accessories retailer Intermix recently secured a long-term lease for a 2,725-square-foot space at 812 Washington Street in the Meatpacking District. Robert K. Futterman & Associates arranged the deal, completing the first of three phases of leasing at the building, which has an alternate address of 95 Horatio Street and is located on the southwest corner at the intersection of Washington and Gansevoort streets. Scheduled to open in August 2011, the new store will have two entrances and will be at the base of the West Coast, a 389,376-square-foot, 159-unit rental building owned and managed by TF Cornerstone. Intermix will occupy 1,885 square feet on the ground floor, 240 square feet in the mezzanine and 600 square feet in the basement.

RKF executive vice president Karen Bellantoni and managing director Marc Finkel represented Intermix, while director Pamela Haber, along with Bellantoni, represented TF Cornerstone. RKF is also marketing the remaining retail spaces at 812 Washington Street, which is currently undergoing a retail conversion in three different phases. In addition to the completion of the retail space for Intermix, Phase II will consist of the conversion of Apartments Into Retail Spaces Along Washington Street. Phase III will include the transformation of the 9,130-square-foot parking garage into retail space. This will be Intermix’s sixth store in Manhattan, with other locations on Madison Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Columbus Avenue, Prince Street and Bleecker Street, in addition to stores in Miami and Boston. TRD


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