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Mattress Firm to open new flagship at 200 Chambers

Jack Resnick & Sons has signed a lease with Mattress Firm, the specialty mattress retailer, to create a new flagship at the retail base of 200 Chambers Street, a 30-story luxury condominium tower developed by Resnick in TriBeCa.

The new 3,437 s/f store, situated at the crossroads of TriBeCa, Battery Park City and the Financial District, will be the first in the Metropolitan region to feature Mattress Firm’s new interactive and digital displays tailored to customers with a personalized, complete sleep experience. The opening is anticipated for fall 2021.

“Mattress Firm’s innovative new concept store will serve as a welcome additional amenity for the increasing number of young New Yorkers and families who have made Lower Manhattan their home over the past two decades,” said Jonathan Resnick, President of Jack Resnick & Sons. “Mattress Firm’s commitment to opening this location at this time also serves as another vote of confidence in New York City’s future.”

The Resnick family broke ground on 200 Chambers Street in 2005, and has controlled its retail space since completing the sales of all 258 luxury condominium units in 2007.

The residential and retail development is across the street from Washington Market Park and within short walking distance to the Hudson River, the 30-acre Battery City Park and the North Cove. 

Mattress Firm is joined at Resnick’s 200 Chambers retail condominium by the critically-acclaimed upscale restaurant The Palm Steakhouse.

According to Jack Resnick & Sons’ Managing Director Fran Delgorio, just one retail unit at 200 Chambers remains available for occupancy – a 2,563 s/f space that is adjacent to Mattress Firm’s storefront.

Barry Fishbach of Newmark and Metro Commercial Real Estate represented Mattress Firm in the transaction. Jack Resnick & Sons was represented by an in-house leasing team of Executive Managing Director Brett Greenberg and Managing Director Fran Delgorio, along with Ariel Schuster, Ross Berkowitz, Andrew Stern, and Jake Siegel of Newmark.

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