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Spitzer family puts ex-Nordstrom space on market

August 28, 2013 01:36PM

A group led by Cushman & Wakefield executive director James Downey is renting the space left by Treasure & Bond, Nordstrom’s charity-focused clothing store at 350 West Broadway.

City Comptroller hopeful Eliot Spitzer’s family bought the site in February for $25.5 million. The Nordstrom outpost closed last week after two years at the Soho location, between Broome and Grand streets.

Asking rent is $175 per square foot on the 5,900-square-foot ground floor and $70 on the 5,300-square-foot second floor, the New York Post reported.

Nordstrom paid $102.5 million for the site of its planned Midtown flagship store, which will anchor Extell Development’s residential condominium skyscraper at 225 West 57th Street, as reported yesterday. [NYP]Mark Maurer