Oslo Coffee Roasters, an artisanal Williamsburg café and roaster, will open its fourth location in a 400 s/f space at 236 West 10th Street.
The Famularo Team at Eastern Consolidated negotiated the 10-year lease on behalf of the landlord. James Famularo and Clayton Traynham also represented the tenant.
The storefront is located at the base of a six-story residential building and is next door to another 400-sqare-foot retail space that Famularo and Traynham are marketing.
Founded by JD and Kathy Merget in 2003, Oslo Coffee Roasters has locations in Williamsburg at 133 Roebling Street and 328 Bedford Avenue, and on the Upper East Side at 422 E. 75th Street. The business also sells its coffee wholesale and through subscriptions.
Traynham said, “Oslo Coffee Roasters has been a Williamsburg institution for 15 years. This is a community-oriented business that will be a great fit for the West Village.”
Manhattan Skyline Management announced a new long-term lease with Joe & The Juice at 295 Greenwich Street in Tribeca.
The landlord was represented in-house by Joshua Roth, Vice President, Retail Leasing for Manhattan Skyline. Joe & The Juice was represented by Amira Yunis, Anthony Stanford and Elliot Ferris of CBRE.
“With great communal space and a lively vibe, Joe & The Juice makes a terrific addition to the retail mix in this part of Tribeca and we are thrilled to announce this opening,” said Roth. “The health-conscious brand has a steadily growing fan base in New York City, and it will resonate especially well with people who live and work in this bustling downtown neighborhood.”
Founded in 2002 by Kaspar Basse in Denmark, the popular chain has since expanded globally, and has a large presence in Manhattan.
Known for its edgy atmosphere, vibrant shops, and drinks named with a sense of humor, Joe & The Juice serves fresh and healthy choices for food and drink, including fresh-press juices, coffee, tea, sandwiches, smoothies, and veggie shots made with organic ingredients and prepared on-site. Like other Joe & The Juice locations, customers can expect to find a spacious communal area outfitted with slick midcentury furniture, bright art, and book-lined shelves.