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DataVision taking digital showroom space

Matthew Mager, general counsel/senior managing director, Besen Partners, LLC, has leased an approximately 1,900-s/f digital showroom, with partial basement, to DataVision at 13 West 38th Street.

DataVision is a technology products retailer and service provider that opened its first store on Fifth Avenue and 39th Street in 1991.

“After nearly three decades of providing technology-based products and services to New Yorkers, the company is expanding its retail division with a cutting-edge digital showroom,” said Mager, who represented the landlord, 13 West 38 LLC. “DataVision is one of the few remaining privately-owned technology products centers in the city and this newest location, in combination with its digital presence, will ensure continued prominence in the market.”

The tenant was represented by Gregg Gropper of Lee & Associates. Asking rent was $16,000 per month and the showroom is expected to open early 2020.

DataVision CEO Jimmy Garson, said, “After five years in Flatiron, we are thrilled to be moving back to where we first launched DataVision. We will still be carrying all the major brands in laptops, desktop, tablets, smartphones, printers and cameras, including Sony, Apple, Samsung and HP. But we will additionally have a showroom with expert consultants to help businesses and consumers choose the best products for their needs, along with top-flight technicians.”

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