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Irving Farm Coffee signs lease for Upper East Side store

New York-based coffee company Irving Farm Coffee Roasters signed a lease for its first Upper East Side storefront, the brand’s sixth in New York City and seventh in New York State.

Photo by Jazz Guy/ Flickr
Photo by Jazz Guy/ Flickr

The café will encompass 1,745 s/f of ground-floor space, as well as 975 s/f in the basement, at 1424 Third Avenue.

“Irving Farm Coffee Roasters’ character and charm is going to be a great addition to this stretch of Third Avenue, which is home to a handful of national coffee chains but no local cafés that place such a strong emphasis on locally sourced and homemade food, in addition to one of the best coffee programs in the city,” said Winick Realty Group’s Matthew Schuss, who represented the tenant.

The tenant is in the process of renovating the interior and exterior of the space which will have a retail display where customers can purchase the company’s latest coffees, which are roasted upstate at a state-of-the-art roastery in Millerton, NY.

Winick president Steven E. Baker and Charles Rapuano represented the landlord, the Brodsky Organization. The space previously housed Natural Frontier Market for 20 years.

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