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Cushman & Wakefield cuts the mustard

Cushman & Wakefield served as exclusive advisor to renowned mustard brand, Maille, a Unilever subsidiary, on its first standalone store in the United States.

Opening its doors at 185 Columbus Avenue, The Maille Boutique will offer New York food-lovers an opportunity to taste more than 20 mustard variations – never before available in the U.S. – including Mustard on Tap and unusual gourmet mustard flavors, as well as its signature cornichons; vinegars and oils; gift items; and kitchen accessories, in a 600 s/f setting.

STEVEN SOUTENDIJK
STEVEN SOUTENDIJK

Cushman & Wakefield’s Steven Soutendijk, executive director, represented Maille in the transaction. Ownership of the building was represented by Stanley Lindenfeld and Henry Goldfarb of Lee and Associates.

“Maille’s unique product, with its rich heritage, will be a great addition to the Upper West Side,” said Soutendijk.  “This location is an ideal first store, with its incredible footfall and an unbeatable demographic profile. Maille will be a perfect fit with the other culinary icons of the Upper West Side, like Zabar’s and Fairway.”

Maille currently has two other stores in France: One in Paris, where the firm has been based since 1747, and the other in Dijon, as well as a store in London.

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