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Privé Revaux Eyewear opens first brick-and-mortar store

RKF has arranged a 5,396 s/flease for Privé Revaux Eyewear at 120 West 42nd Street in Midtown, which is the brand’s first ever brick-and-mortar location.

Managing director David Abrams and associate Pierce Thompson represented the tenan. JLL’s Matt Ogle represented the landlord, Callahan Capital Properties.

Privé Revaux will occupy 5,396 s/f at The Cubes 42nd Street, a 75,000 s/f glass and steel building a few blocks away from New York City landmarks such as Times Sqaure and Grand Central

Terminal, as well as several luxury residential towers. Neighboring retailers include Tourneau and SoulCycle.

“The incredible foot traffic on 42nd Street is a great driver for Privé Revaux Eyewear to test the concept, market and build awareness around the brand,” said Abrams.

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