Trinity Real Estate President Jason D. Pizer has announced that Tory Burch, the global fashion and lifestyle brand, has signed a 10-year, 80,000 s/f lease at 350 Hudson Street in Hudson Square.
“Hudson Square has become a hub for creative industries and businesses drawn by the dynamic energy and the flexibility and quality of the space,” said Mr. Pizer. “Tory Burch is a marquee retail brand and a wonderful addition to our community.”
Launched in New York City in 2004, Tory Burch is known for luxurious and sophisticated sportswear, handbags, jewelry and accessories that reflect the personal style and spirit of its namesake and founder.
The brand has grown rapidly and is available in retail locations and in select department stores worldwide. The brand will occupy the entire 5th and 6th floors at 350 Hudson Street.
Tory Burch is joining Hudson Square’s continuously expanding roster of creative, media, corporate, arts and nonprofit companies including Viacom, Horizon Media, Omnicom, HAVAS, WNYC New York Public Radio/Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, CBS Radio East, New York Magazine, Postworks New York, Two Sigma Investments, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Splashlight Photographic and Digital Studios, Atlantic Philanthropies, The Children’s Museum of the Arts, The Jackie Robinson Foundation, National Audubon Society and others.
Originally completed in 1927, 350 Hudson Street occupies the blockfront between King and Charlton Streets and offers convenient access to mass transit, 24/7 tenant access, onsite management and state-of-the-art security systems.
The nine-story, 335,772 s/f building is the New York City headquarters of HAVAS and home to PR Newswire. On the ground floor of 350 Hudson Street is a signature café and retail shop from renowned chocolatier and purveyor of gourmet confections, Jacques Torres. Hale & Hearty Soups and Pret a Manger are also located on the ground floor. Asking rents in the building are in the mid $50s psf.
Trinity was represented by Marc Packman, Director of Leasing, and Charles Laginestra while Tory Burch was represented by Don Preate, Executive Director, and Jamie Katcher, Director of Cushman & Wakefield.