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Jeweller joins Turnstyle tenant roster

Eastern Consolidated has arranged a 400 s/f lease for upscale jewelry store Madison Jewelers at Turnstyle, the highly-anticipated underground shopping concourse located just outside of the Columbus Circle subway station.

This will be the custom, hand-crafted jewelry maker’s second location in New York City, set to open in September 2015.

“With daily foot traffic from more than 80,000 people and 170,000 area workers, Madison Jewelers will benefit from a steady stream of customers,” said James Famularo, senior director at Eastern Consolidated, who along with associate director Ravi Idnani represented the tenant in the transaction.

Turnstile at Columbus Circle

“The high-end jeweler is an exceptional addition to Turnstyle and truly attests to the scope and standard of retailers the marketplace will uphold.”

Turnstyle will be a 14,750 s/f underground retail center spanning from the northeast corner of 58th Street and Eighth Avenue in the Time Warner Center to the southeast corner of 57th Street and Eighth Avenue in the Hearst Tower.

Set to open in spring 2015, the shopping complex will be comprised of 30 new retail stores ranging from 153 to 662 square feet, a “grab ‘n go” store, and a food market.

Turnstyle developer, Susan Fine, was represented by Lisa Rosenthal and Ryan Bergman of Lansco.

Dylan’s Candy Bar, Magnolia’s Bakery, Vegan Diva, Bluwire Electronics, Weekday Wines, Studio Manhattan, and eyewear purveyor Specs New York, are among the other retailers set to open at Turnstyle.

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