TF Cornerstone unveils Meatpacking District retail space

New York /
Jul.July 13, 2011 02:40 PM

TF Cornerstone showed off the 15,705 square feet of ground-floor retail space at its Meatpacking District rental building, dubbed West Coast, with a party for brokers and other real estate professionals late last month (see photos above). The retail space, underneath the 325-unit building at 95 Horatio Street, has two separate addresses, 90 Gansevoort Street and 810 Washington Street, and is located across the street from a High Line entrance and the forthcoming Whitney Museum. The celebration took place at 810 Washington Street, where a pair of clothing stores have already signed for space — Intermix, for 2,725 square feet and Vanita Rosa, for 825 square feet. Guests toured the space, and were treated to cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and free entry into a raffle for gift certificates to nearby retailers. The 810 address still has three vacant spaces totaling 3,025 square feet, while 90 Gansevoort has 9,130 square feet of divisible vacant retail space. The space is being marketed by a Robert K. Futterman & Associates team led by executive vice president Karen Bellantoni and director Pamela Haber. Bellantoni said: “90 Gansevoort Street is an incredible location for a restaurant, fashion retailer or home furnishings brand to take a flagship space in the heart of the Meatpacking District and at the base of the High Line.” — Adam Fusfeld


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