Winick Realty Group President Steven E. Baker and Charles Rapuano successfully completed leasing efforts at 766 Tenth Avenue, a stand-alone, one-story building located on the corner of 10th Avenue and West 52nd Street in Hell’s Kitchen.
Working on behalf of landlord 9300 Realty, Baker and Rapuano negotiated a long-term lease at the space for Benjamin Moore Janovic Paint and Decorating Center, who was represented by Corey Zolcinski of Jones Lang LaSalle Americas.
“Benjamin Moore Janovic Paint and Decorating Center has one of the best reputations as a paint and home decoration store in Manhattan,” said Rapuano.
“We feel they will be a great fit for the neighborhood as so many newly-constructed residences are popping up throughout the West Side of Manhattan.”
This new location at 766 Tenth Avenue, which is expected to open in fall 2016, will replace the company’s current store at 771 Ninth Avenue. Benjamin Moore Janovic Paint and Decorating Center will occupy 3,100 s/f of retail on the ground floor, as well as 1,000 s/f of basement space. The space is set to undergo a full gut renovation, including a new storefront on West 52nd Street.