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Blue Dog Cafe taking a big bite out of Manhattan

Blue Dog Café, the made-to-order restaurant concept with five Manhattan locations, signed a lease for their sixth storefront at 115 East 27th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues.


Winick Realty Group’s Aaron S. Fishbein and Jeremy Wintner represented the tenant in the 15-year lease, while landlord Schube, LP was represented by Salon Realty.

Blue Dog Café will occupy 500 s/f on the ground floor, as well as 250 s/f in the basement, in a space that sits adjacent to the lobby of TF Cornerstone’s newly-renovated office building.

Fishbein and Winick Realty Group president Steven E. Baker recently leased the retail in that adjacent building to Barry’s Boot Camp and Artisanal Bistro, creating an incredible tenant mix that attracted Blue Dog Café to the area.

“With this lease, Blue Dog Café is well-positioned to reach the local office population and the NoMad residential population, who have demonstrated a growing need for a boutique café to complement the existing retail in the neighborhood,” said Wintner.

Wintner and Fishbein are continuing to work with Blue Dog Café as they expand throughout Manhattan.

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