The Real Deal New York

Meet New York City’s next big retail investors

These middle-market players may not be household names yet, but they’re betting (on) the store
By Mark Maurer | May 13, 2016 08:30AM


Kevin Chisholm, left, and Bastien Broda of 60 Guilders (Photos by Larry Ford)

From the May issue: Despite signs of a slowdown on several prime avenues, New York City retail investors are invading the market everywhere from Broadway in Soho to Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg.

And it’s not just the household names competing on deals.

In 2015, the NYC retail industry raked in $10.6 billion in investment sales deals — $7.6 billion in Manhattan alone, according to Real Capital Analytics data. That’s a 16.5 percent increase over the $9.1 billion in transactions in 2014. [more]