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Flowers bloom of Church Street

Bertwood Realty announced the opening of a 300 s/f store for the Long Island-based cut-flower wholesaler, Dutch Petals, at 165 Church Street.

The store, between Chambers and Reade, will be used as a retail/wholesale outlet.

Dutch Petals is direct importer of cut flowers from around the world, buying direct from sources in South America and Europe, including the Holland Auction.  Dutch Petals provides flowers to major markets and other outlets including Citarella, Union Market and Gourmet Garage.

Lou Guillen, president of Dutch Petals signed the deal for the flower wholesaler.

ABE BICHOUPAN
ABE BICHOUPAN

According to Abe Bichoupan, the broker for Bertwood Realty who represented Dutch Petals in the transaction, “Church Street has great foot traffic and the area continues to increase in value and quality. There is also a strong residential presence and a growing office population.”

165 Church is owned by Transworld Equities.

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