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Graff bags tenants for Mott Street retail space

Bag-all, an environmentally friendly gift bag company that offers reusable cotton bags for gift wrap, organization and travel, announced its first brick-and-mortar store at 219 Mott Street after operating for the past year as an online company.

The 500 s/f space opened in December 2014.

The lease was handled by Corcoran’s David Graff, who represented Bag-all, and Newmark Grubb Knight
Frank’s Jay Luchs and Jessica Farrow, who represented Magnum Realty Group, the landlord. The asking rent for 219 Mott Street was $7,200 a month.

David Graff
David Graff

Located between Prince and Spring Streets, sharing a block with high-end clothing boutiques and salons, and close to New York icons like Lombardi’s Pizza, the space was previously occupied by boutique clothing store Kathryn Amberleigh.

“219 Mott Street is situated in the center of one of Manhattan’s most popular shopping districts, and Bag-all is the perfect addition; now all of those shoppers were able to get all of their shopping done in the same neighborhood, including their gift wrapping, in time for the holidays,” said Graff .

Bag-all was founded by Jennifer Jansch in 2013 as an alternative to using traditional giftwrap.
The 100% cotton bags, designed to be reused numerous times, are available in 15 different countries.

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