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Google mini golf arrives in Greenwich Village

Google is set to unveil a mini golf concept in Greenwich Village.

Lee & Associatesʼ Mark Kapnick and Zach Steinberg arranged an 8,000 s/f, three-week lease at 350 Sixth Avenue for a pop-up that will feature games, giveaways and demonstrations of the company’s newest tech products.

“Located on a prime section of Sixth Avenue, between West Fourth Street and Washington Place, the ground-level space is at the intersection of Greenwich Village and the West Village and thus will be easily accessible to the numerous pedestrians that pass through these neighborhoods each day,” said Kapnick, an executive vice president/principal at Lee who represented both the tenant and the landlord.

“Zach and I were excited to be able to locate this space for such a fresh concept. From our marketing perspective, it programs and activates the space, and that is where our real interests lie for a long-term tenant.”

The pop-up will be one block from the A, C, E, B, D, F and M subways. Surrounding restaurants and retailers include Babbo, Blue Hill, Tertulia and Manhattan Kid’s Club.

The landlord was Nuovo Ciao-Di LLC and asking rent was $225 per square foot. The pop-up will take occupancy in the last week of May 2018 and will run through roughly the first two weeks of June.

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