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Multi-level Madison retail space hits market

Winick Realty Group announced the availability of a multi-level retail opportunity at 95 Madison Avenue, located between East 28th and East 29th Street in Madison Square’s furniture district.

Winick president Steven E. Baker, executive vice president Darrell Rubens and brokers Ross Burack and Jeremy Schwartz are marketing the space, which sits at the base of the Emmet Building, a 100-year-old architectural gem.

The building boasts many of its original features, including 17.4 ft. ceilings on the 4,000 s/f ground floor. Along with the ground floor, Winick Realty Group is marketing a 435s/f mezzanine, as well as the second and third floors, each of which measures 8,060 s/f. Additional contiguous floors are also available. “The Emmet

Building is surrounded by an impressive roster of retailers, including Fendi, Natuzzi and DDC,” said Baker.

95 Madison Avenue
95 Madison Avenue

“We envision this site as a great opportunity for a high-end furniture retailer to lease all three floors and create a brand headquarters with a showroom or design center component.”

The retail at 95 Madison Avenue is subject to 24/7 foot traffic and is surrounded by many of the area’s top hotels, including the Nomad, Flatiron, Gansevoort and Virgin hotel, which is currently under construction, as well as new residential developments including One Madison Park and 10 Madison West.

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