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Churchill bedmaker tucked in on East 59th Street

Colliers International has arranged a long-term, 3,295 s/f retail lease at 223 East 59th Street, with luxury bed-making company taking the ground floor and mezzanine.

This will be Savoir’s first company-owned store in New York, scheduled to open this fall.

Photo by BiblioArchives/ Flickr
Photo by BiblioArchives/ Flickr

Widely regarded as the world’s most luxurious sleeping system, the London-based company has for more than 100 years served luminaries as diverse as Sir Winston Churchill, Giacomo Puccini, and Marilyn Monroe.

First created for The Savoy Hotel in London in 1905, their tailor-made beds can be made to any size or shape, stand alone or sport a bespoke headboard, be beautifully upholstered or made to fit into an existing frame.

Savoir’s U.S. flagship store opened in SoHo earlier this year.

“Savoir Beds is one of the most recognizable and respected luxury bed makers in the world,” said Peter Simel, a Managing Director with Colliers International, who along with Tri-State Vice Chairman James Emden, and Associate Timothy Pond arranged the lease on behalf of the tenant. “They are a wonderful, international brand opening their first company-owned store in New York City, in a well-located building in a prime neighborhood.”

The four-story property at 223 East 59th Street is located between 2nd and 3rd Avenues, in the Lenox Hill residential and shopping corridor, close to multiple transportation options.

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