Adams & Co. Real Estate brokered 11,284 s/f at 231 West 39th Street. James Buslik, principal, and Jeff Buslik, managing director, brokered represented the tenant and landlord, 231/249 West 39 Street Associates, unless otherwise stated:
• A 2,321 s/f new lease for G & G Garments. Brett Harvey of Avison Young represented the tenant. Asking rent was $42 psf.
•A 1,932 s/f new lease for Peace Love World LLC. Asking rent was $40 psf. The tenant plans to use the space for an office and showroom for the sale of contemporary apparel at wholesale.
• A 1,600 s/f renewal for ESP Showroom LLC. Asking rent was $40 psf.
• A 1,063 s/f renewal for Out On A Limb Sales Inc. and BIB Enterprises Inc. Asking rent was $40 psf.
• A 1,392 s/f new lease for Fetish Group Inc. Asking rent was $42 psf. The tenant plans to use the space as an office and showroom of contemporary apparel at wholesale.
• A 1,074 s/f renewal for Hotline Showroom Inc. Asking rent was $40 psf.
• A 1,002 s/f new lease for Travelers Choice Travelware. Asking rent was $45 psf. The tenant plans to use the space for the sale of contemporary apparel and accessories at wholesale.
• A 900 s/f renewal for Lili Global Apparel. Asking rent was $40 psf.
Faith Hope Consolo, Joseph Aquino and Arthur Maglio of Douglas Elliman’s Retail Group are bringing structural engineering firm, Infrastructure Engineering Inc. (IEI), to 233 West 135th Street. The prominent MBE consultancy has leased 1,275 s/f of office sapce for its first headquarters in Harlem. The previous tenant in the space was District Council 37.
The CPEX New York Retail Leasing Team arranged a ground floor retail lease beneath 18 residential rental units at 525 Court Street, Brooklyn. The new condominium development consists of 4,500 s/f of ground floor retail. Managing director Ryan Condren and associates Kristina Triglia and George Danut, represented the landlord. Joseph Cirone of Cushman & Wakefield represented the incoming tenant.
EVO Real Estate Group announced the following leases:
• Elliot Klein represented 276 Fifth Avenue in the building’s lease of 3,500 s/f to June Media, Inc. Seth Godnick of Adams & Co. represented the tenant.
• Evan Lieberman represented That’s My Girl, a childrens-wear company, in its lease of 3,500 s/f at 214 West 39th Street. Ernie Vallorano served as the in-house broker for landlord G Holdings Corp. M. Dylan of Inceptum Inc. also worked on the lease.
• Jonata Dayan and Jonathan Ben-Dayan represented 57 West 38th Street in the building’s lease to Matthijseen Business Systems, an IT service provider, which took 2,750 s/f. Alan Bonet and Bradley Cohn of Adams & Company represented the tenant.
• Evan Lieberman represented Sirena Protection Systems Corp., one of the largest fire protection contractors in the New York metropolitan area, in its lease of 2,700 s/f at 450 Seventh Avenue. The Kaufman Organization (the landlord) was represented in-house by Barbara Raskob and Yvonne Chang. M. Dylan of Inceptum Inc. also worked on the lease.
• Jared Anderson and Carlo Catuogno represented financial services firm Impacct LLC in its lease of 1,578 s/f at 149 Madison Avenue. Landlord Abramson Brothers was represented in house by Brittany Adams.
• Howard Epstein represented Newtimes America, Inc., a buying agent for apparel manufacturers, in the firm’s lease of 1,500 s/f at 214 West 39th Street. Ernie Vallorano served as the in-house broker for landlord G Holdings Corp.
• Mitchell Cooperstock and Sean Hoffman represented Schwartz Textiles in its lease of 1,400 s/f at 214 West 39th Street. Ernie Vallorano served as the in-house broker for landlord G Holdings Corp.
• Jonata Dayan represented Brause Realty Inc. in its 1,338 s/f lease to Private Communication Corp., a provider of encryption software, at 320 Fifth Avenue. Ilene Merlis of A.C. Lawrence represented the tenant.
• Jonata Dayan represented Brause Realty Inc. in another 1,268 s/f lease at 320 Fifth Avenue. The tenant was Prime Time NYC LLC, a provider of private-label watches. Mitchell Gerber of The Kaufman Organization represented the tenant.
• Manny Syskrot represented landlord Dora Straus Realty in its 1,200 s/f lease to Arielle De Pinto Designs, a jewelry designer, at 286 Grand Street.
• Howard Epstein represented the tenant and landlord in Carpet Resources Inc.’s renewal of 1,000 s/f at 37 West 39th Street.
Sabre Real Estate Group announced the following leases:
• Auto Zone, the auto parts retailer, leased 7,350 s/f at 2690 Route 112, in Medford, Long Island, where it will anchor a 34,000 s/f strip center close to Exit 64 of the Long Island Expressway. Stu Fagan, managing director of Sabre, represented the landlord, Djavaheri Realty. Ripco Real Estate represented the tenant
• Bagel & Deli Creations leased 3,200 s/f at Plainedge Plaza, 3988 Hempstead Tpke, Bethpage, for its second store. Ed Czarniak, an associate at Sabre, represented the landlord, Ahold USA.
Savitt Partners announced the following leases at 530 Seventh Avenue. Brian Neugeboren, Nicole Goetz and Bob Savitt worked with all the companies in negotiating the lease transactions:
• Famma Group Inc., a California based contemporary men’s fashion company, signed a lease for 3,500 s/f on the sixth floor. Marc Kritzer of Millennium Realty represented Famma Group.
• Seena International has relocated to a 3,800 s/f space on the third floor from its original space on the eighth floor. Brian Neugeboren of Savitt Partners represented Seena International while Nicole Goetz and Bob Savitt represented the ownership.
• Dragon Crowd Garment Inc., an LA based contemporary clothing company, relocated within the building from the seventh floor to the third floor. Brian Neugeboren represented Dragon Crowd Garment in this transaction, while Nicole Goetz and Bob Savitt represented the ownership.