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Coveted Cornerstone retail space makes debut

270 7th Avenue
270 7th Avenue

TF Cornerstone has tapped Winick Realty Group to market its retail space at 270 Seventh Avenue, across the street from Whole Foods.

“The site is poised to capture the incredible foot traffic and buying power from the Whole Foods location across the street, as well as such nearby attractions as Madison Square Garden, Penn Station and both the 34th Street and 23rd Street shopping corridors,ˮ said the brokerage in a press release announcing the assignment.

Winick president Steven E. Baker and Aaron S. Fishbein are handling the Chelsea assignment on behalf of TF Cornerstone.

“It is rare for such a prominent retail corner to become available in this market,” said Baker.
“We are proud to once again be working with TF Cornerstone to represent a prime listing in their retail portfolio.”

The 3,500 s/f retail space has 120 feet of all-glass frontage and signage potential on the northwest corner of Seventh Avenue and West 25th Street. All uses are considered for the space, which sits alongside the building’s current retail tenants, TD Bank and BuyBuy Baby.

“This prime location is sure to attract a broad spectrum of tenants,” said Steve Gonzalez, head of retail leasing for TF Cornerstone.

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