Omega, Lululemon sign up at Brookfield Place

Watch maker and yoga clothier each take 3,000 square feet at 250 Vesey

New York /
Dec.December 12, 2014 02:04 PM

Brookfield Office Properties signed up two high-profile Retail Tenants For Its Brookfield Place complex: Omega, the tony watch manufacturer, and Lululemon, the godsend of Bikram Yoga enthusiasts everywhere.

Both tenants inked leases for roughly 3,000 square feet apiece, the New York Observer reported.  Omega’s space will be located in the winter garden, while Lululemon will sit adjacent to Spanish restaurant Amade.

Brookfield Properties is asking $500 per square foot on the ground floor and $350 per square foot on the upper floors. The retail portion of the complex is now about 90 percent leased.

Edward Hogan and Soozan Baxter represented Brookfield in-house. The Auber Group’s John Auber represented Lululemon and Cushman & Wakefield’s C. Bradley Mendelson and Alan Schmerzler represented Omega, according to the newspaper.

Handcrafted jewelry store Satya Jewelry and children’s brand Babesta signed leases there in October, as previously reported. [NYO] Mark Maurer


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