Men’s Wearhouse opens in Flatbush

New York /
Feb.February 14, 2012 03:00 PM

Retailer the Men’s Wearhouse has inked a lease for 9,000 square feet at the Triangle Junction Shopping Center, at the intersection of Nostrand and Flatbush avenues, in Brooklyn, according to a statement from the tenant’s broker.

The shopping center, anchored by a Target store, also offers an Applebee’s, Circuit City, David’s Bridal, and a Payless shoe store. The project is now 100 percent occupied. 

There is one other Men’s Wearhouse in Brooklyn, in the Atlantic Center Mall, and the retailer has five Manhattan outposts, according to their website.

Doug Weinstein, who represented the tenant for Sholom & Zuckerbrot Realty, said the specialty men’s store is growing in the New York City region. “We look forward to helping the company expand its footprint of stores in high-traffic shopping centers throughout the metropolitan New York City marketplace,” he said in the statement.

Peter Botsaris of Botsaris Realty Group represented the landlord, Lester Petracca’s Triangle Equities, in lease negotiations. “It’s a project that revived the neighborhood,” he said of the Triangle Junction mall. The Men’s Wearhouse will fit the profile of the other tenants and help “to provide that communtiy with the goods and services its been missing for a long time”. — Guelda Voien


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