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448 Humboldt Street, So Gold Studio

Verada is pleased to announce that So Gold Studios signed a 10-year lease for 1,200 square feet relocating to 448 Humboldt Street in Brooklyn, just two blocks from their current home. The Landlord, Investmates, a local boutique development company, put their desire for exceptional design to fruition by bringing this exciting new addition to the neighborhood.

For eighteen years, professional Cassi Lopez-March has run So Gold Studios, where she has
provided expert body piercing techniques. The new 1,200-square-foot shop will provide
consumers with unrivaled service and care while also specializing in the use of the finest
materials. After much reflection, Gold Studios opted to secure a long-term lease for the property at an asking rent of $90/SF and will continue to be a fixture of the community. For more on So Gold Studios, please visit their website:

Investmates is a privately-held real estate investment and development company headquartered in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Since its inception, Investmates has leveraged their vision of architectural excellence to meet the growing need for distinguished residential properties in New York City’s most iconic neighborhoods, including 18 ground-up buildings in the immediate vicinity.

Brendan Thrapp, the Managing Partner of Verada, who acted in dual agency and brokered the transaction, expressed his excitement about the company’s new home at 448 Humboldt Street, saying, “We are happy to welcome So Gold Studios to their new location. We believe it’s a great fit for the neighborhood, asset, and tenant for a long time to come.” Verada’s dedication to bringing together like-minded individuals and facilitating professional development is exemplified by this interesting new addition to the area.

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