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Chalmé signs first tenant at 40 Bleecker condo

Broad Street Development announced that 40 Bleecker, its new boutique luxury condominium project in Noho, has signed it’s first retail tenant.

Anchoring the building on the corner of Bleecker and Mulberry Streets, wellness concept Clean Market has leased approximately 2,600 s/f of space for its newest location.

“Clean Market fits our vision for creating a curated group of retail tenants at 40 Bleecker that are wellness and fitness focused, to support the interests of the neighborhood and our residents, and we’re excited that they’ve chosen 40 Bleecker and NoHo to expand their brand,” said Raymond Chalmé, CEO and Principal of Broad Street Development.

Set to open in Spring 2020, Clean Market’s NoHo storefront marks the third outpost for the company.

Dedicated to helping people feel their best by providing purposeful nutrition, effective products, and innovative services, Clean Market focuses on elevating the body and mind through functional food, smart supplements, IV drips, infrared saunas, and cryotherapy.

Broad Street Development was represented in the deal by their own David Israni, senior managing director. Jack Terzi, of JTRE Holdings, represented Clean Market.

Three more retail spaces are available at 40 Bleecker, which houses 61 one-to-five-bedroom residences, with six penthouses at the top of the tower.

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