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Little Itlay restaurants sign on for the next five years

EVO Real Estate Group has renewed the leases of four well-known Italian restaurants at 132 Mulberry Street: La Nonna, Paesano, Umberto’s Clam House and Pellegrino.

Rob Frischman, EVO’s executive vice president of retail, represented the landlord along with his colleague, Brett Weiss.

Together, the restaurants comprise approximately 10,000 s/f. The lease terms are for five years.

132 Mulberry Street
132 Mulberry Street

“It was important to both the landlord and tenants to preserve the ‘Little Italy’ nature of the block,” said Frischman. “Throughout the negotiations, we kept this shared goal in mind.”

In early 2014, the four principals of EVO Real Estate Group purchased the retail condo at 132 Mulberry Street and syndicated its ownership for their investors under an entity known as 132 Mulberry Partners LLC. EVO has served as leasing and managing agent for the property since 2001.
Mulberry Street is the home of the famous Feast of San Gennaro, a community celebration of faith and food held annually since 1926.

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