Real Estate Weekly
Image default
Featured Retail

TF Cornerstone taps Winick to lease 55,000 s/f Brooklyn retail

300 Livingston rendering

TF Cornerstone has unveiled details of the company’s 55,000 s/f retail space at 300 Livingston Street.

Located on the ground floor of 33 Bond Street – the developer’s first-ever residential property in Brooklyn – the space will feature two floors of retail on the ground floor and lower levels, with frontage on Schermerhorn, Livingston and Bond Streets.

“This is an exciting opportunity to continue to grow the retail landscape of this already flourishing community,” said Steve Gonzalez, Director of Retail Leasing at TFC. “This retail space will give us a chance to bring in tenants that will offer product and services to increase the quality of living and convenience for residents of 33 Bond Street and the surrounding community.”

Winick Realty Group President Steven E. Baker, Director Aaron S. Fishbein and Associate Daniyel Cohen are working exclusively on behalf of TF Cornerstone to market the retail site, which includes roughly 30,000 s/f on the ground floor with asking rents of $125 psf, and 25,000 s/f in the selling lower level with asking rents of $50 per square foot.

“The retail at 300 Livingston Street offers a great block of space with exceptional ceiling heights of 17 feet on the ground floor and 15 feet in the lower level, as well as more than 250 feet of wraparound frontage, creating the opportunity for many different retail configurations and for a wide variety of use groups,” said Baker.

Exterior rendering of the retail space.
Exterior rendering of the retail space.

Slated to come online by mid-2017, the retail space is situated at the crossroads of Boerum Hill and Downtown Brooklyn.

It will to draw customer from such diverse populations as office workers, shoppers from the Fulton Mall, upscale residents from the 714 apartments in the building and thousands of new construction in the neighborhood.

There are also students from nearby universities and MetroTech and tourists populating the area’s many hotels, including the new Ace Hotel that is set to open across the street.

Handel Architects is the designer behind the project.

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Related posts

Igluu steps in to the fray: Startup promises more broker-friendly business model

Sabina Mollot

WKO introducing micro-stores for tenants, neighbors


Facebook leases 1.5M s/f at Hudson Yards