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LEASES: EVO brokers 15 deals in March, Colliers’ arranges 17K s/f in Jersey

NEW YORK

EVO Real Estate Group consummated 15 lease transactions in March, announced Dana L. Moskowitz, EVO’s president. The transactions include:

• Jared Anderson and Carlo Catuogno represented Bounce Exchange in its sub-lease of 5,543 s/f to technology company Thinkful, Inc. at 304 Hudson Street. Jonathan Franzel of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented Thinkful.

• Jonata Dayan, Jonathan Ben-Dayan and Jared Anderson represented landlord Red Bird Management in a lease of 5,540 s/f to Park Assist, LLC, a technology company, at 57 West 38th Street. Adam King of DTZ represented the tenant.

• Dana Moskowitz and Ira Z. Fishman represented Group Health Solutions and SDL Brokerage in a renewal of 5,000 s/f at 148 Madison Avenue. Paul Kotcher of Brickman represented the landlord.

Jonata Dayan
Jonata Dayan

• Evan Lieberman, along with Michael Dylan of Inceptum Inc., represented International Fashion Group in a lease of 4,800 s/f at 499 Seventh Avenue. Brian Neugeboren of Savitt Partners represented the landlord.

• Diana Siegal and Manny Syskrot represented engineering firm Centrifugal Associates Group LLC in its lease of 4,500 s/f at 7 West 36th Street. Michael Segerman of  represented the landlord.

• Jonata Dayan and Jonathan Ben-Dayan represented fashion jewelry company Zenzii in the lease of a 2,430 s/f showroom space at 366 Fifth Avenue. Rick Brickell of Joseph P. Day Realty Corporation represented the landlord.

• Elliot Klein represented 276 Fifth Avenue in Job Expo International’s renewal of its 2,272- s/f space at the property.

• Evan Lieberman and Michael Dylan represented fashion firm David Lerner NY in a lease of 2,000 s/fat 80 West 40th Street. Michael Seeve of Mountain Development Corp. represented the landlord.

• Evan Lieberman and Michael Dylan represented both the landlord and tenant in Prime Potomac Group’s expansion 246 West 38th Street, where the technology service firm added 1,650 s/f to its existing space of 1,875 s/f.

• Evan Lieberman and Michael Dylan represented childrenswear firm Pink Crush LLC in a lease of 1,745 s/f at 1410 Broadway. Richard Doolittle and John P. Howard of MHP Real Estate Services Inc. represented the landlord.

• Jared Anderson and Josh Larris represented Concord Restoration, Inc. in a lease of 1,000 s/f at 37 West 39th Street. Howard Epstein of EVO represented the landlord.

• Howard Epstein and Barry Bernstein represented both the landlord and tenant in transportation firm Morgan Holdings (USA) Inc.’s lease of 784 s/f at 152 Madison Avenue.

• Evan Lieberman and Michael Dylan represented fashion firm Fuego Collections Inc. in its lease of 750 square feet at 1410 Broadway. Richard Doolittle and John P. Howard of MHP Real Estate Services Inc. represented the landlord.

• Howard Epstein and Barry Bernstein represented both the landlord and tenant in Mumbleypeg Productions, Inc.’s renewal of 497 s/f.

• Howard Epstein represented the landlord and tenant in Global Beauty Care, Inc.’s lease of 442 s/f at 16 West 36th Street.

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Adams & Co. Real Estate brokered a 3,273 s/f new lease at 10 West 33rd Street for the Affordable Luxury Group. David Levy represented the landlord, Ten West Thirty Third Associates, as well as the tenant in the transaction. Asking price for the space was $48 [sf. Affordable Luxury Group will use this space as general and executive office and showroom space for their accessory company.

Evan Lieberman
Evan Lieberman

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Tiny Treasures Child Care has signed a lease for 6,600 s/f at Sunrise Business Center in Great River, NY, announced The Feil Organization, the building’s owner and manager.

This is the first commercial location for Tiny Treasures Child Care, which is slated to open this April. Robert Fisher, Director of Commercial Leasing for The Feil Organization, represented the firm with Brian Palumbo and Michele Frankel providing legal counsel. Source One Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc. represented Tiny Treasures Child Care and Ernest R. Maler, Jr., Esq. provided legal counsel.

NEW JERSEY

Colliers International has arranged 17,000 s/f of new, long-term leases at 123 Tice Boulevard in Woodcliff Lake, bringing occupancy at the 119,000-square-foot property to 96 percent. Leslie Meril, managing director at Colliers International, along with executive managing director Richard J. Madison, exclusively represents ownership:

• Colonial Surety Company leased a 7,364 s/f space on the second floor. The property and casualty insurance company will relocate from Montvale in summer 2015.

• KW Valley Realty, Keller Williams, a privately-held global residential real estate brokerage, leased a 5,392-s/f space on the first floor of the building in early 2014.

• Pacific Premier Bank, a community bank which services Southern California, leased 3,912 s/f on the first floor for its East Coast office.

Florian Suserman
Florian Suserman

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NAI James E. Hansonbrokered a three-year office lease at 500 Route 17 South in Hasbrouck Heights. Vice President Anthony Cassano represented the tenant, Sales and Marketing Group, Inc., a third-party energy company.

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Two new tenants occupying a combined 4,800 S/F of space are set to join the retail mix at The Village in Livingston in Livingston, a 93,000 s/f shopping center is managed and developed by Livingston-based Eastman Companies:

• Ike’s Bagel Café has leased 2,100 s/f of retail space. David Perlmutter of Perlmutter Properties negotiated the long-term lease on behalf of Eastman. Alison Cohen of Winick Realty Group NJ represented Ike’s Bagel Café;

• National chain Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa leased 2,700 s/f.David Perlmutter of Perlmutter Properties negotiated the long-term lease on behalf of Eastman. Florian Suserman of Ripco Real Estate Corp. represented Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa.

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Associates in Oro-Facial Pain LLC has leased 1,900 s/f of space at Heights Plaza, located at 777 Terrace Ave. in Hasbrouck Heights. The Class A office building is owned and managed by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. The transaction was negotiated in-house by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises.

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