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Retail briefs: Panini shop Antico Noe coming to Midtown, ReViVer to open at Park Ave.

Winick Realty Group

Ciao time in Midtown East

Photo by Chris Conway/ Flickr
Photo by Chris Conway/ Flickr

Antico Noe, the Florence-based panini shop that has been popular with locals and residents since 1945, is bringing their one-of-a-kind sandwiches to New York City.

Winick Realty Group’s Jordan Kaplan and Zach Diamond represented the brand as they leased 1,600 s/f at 220 East 53rd Street.

The storefront gives Antico Noe invaluable exposure to a large daytime population as they meticulously recreate the experience and taste of their famous Florence shop.

“This location has the perfect mix of customers for our brand,” said Michael Grant, who is spearheading Antico Noe’s U.S. expansion. “Look to the left and you have the Lipstick Building and Citicorp Center; look to the right and you have a multitude of newly-built luxury condominiums. It’s exactly the hybrid market we were seeking for our first New York City store.”

Landlord Empire Management was represented by Michelle Guerrero of Pink Stone Realty.

EVO Real Estate

More healthy options

ReViVer, the health-oriented fast-casual restaurant, has leased 2,400 s/f at 303 Park Avenue South for its second location in New York City, announces EVO Real Estate Group, a member of NAI Global.

ReViVer, which opened its first restaurant at 934 Eighth Avenue in 2014, specializes in “culinary art backed by nutrition science,” and assigns a “ReViVer Score” of nutrient density to every item on the menu.

Chef Scott Leibfried worked alongside Gordon Ramsey on Fox’s hit television show “Hell’s Kitchen” for 10 seasons.

The restaurant will take occupancy at 303 Park Avenue South in the summer for an 11-year lease term.

“The location is within a high-traffic area near Madison Square Park that has large business and residential populations,” says Robert Frischman, executive vice president of EVO, who represented ReViVer along with his colleague Brett Weiss.

The landlord, Edward Friedman of Edward A. Friedman Realty LLC, conducted his own negotiations.  The asking rent was $300 per square foot.

Bertwood Realty

New Soho bistro coming

Bertwood  Realty announced the signing of an 1,100 s/f, 10-year lease for the French Bistro, Le Troquet, a new restaurant wine bar concept at 161 Lafayette in SoHo.

Bertrand de Soultrait, president of Bertwood, represented both the tenant and the landlord.

“This is a great SoHo corner near the Nomo Sumo Hotel and La Esquina, a very popular area lunch spot,” said de Soultrait.

The space is currently occupied by Parigot, a French restaurant, that had a successful ten-year run. Those owners are retiring

Abe Bichoupan, the other Bertwood Realty broker who worked on the deal, said it was negotiated in less than 30 days. The tenant will take possession in April and will open in early summer.          Bertwood represented both the tenant and the landlord, .

Thor Equities

Self defence deal on Franklin

Thor Equities has leased 1,800 s/f on the lower level of 158 Franklin Street in Tribeca to Krav Maga Institute,.

The self-defense and exercise school provides training for krav maga, a hand-to-hand martial art used in Israeli military training.

The retail condo at 158 Franklin Street owned by Thor Equities also includes 2,000 s/f of space available for lease on the ground floor.

Located on a cobblestone street, the ground level was previously occupied by Steven Alan Home and features a blue cast-iron storefront and 12-foot ceiling heights.

“158 Franklin Street is a highly coveted address, located in a booming residential and retail area of Tribeca that is primed for additional growth,” said Melissa Gliatta, COO of Thor Equities.

Eastern Consolidated

Smooth operators

Eastern Consolidated’s Retail Leasing Division has arranged a long-term, 1,350 s/f lease at 143 East 57th Street in Midtown East for Satori Laser, a hair removal center catering to New York City models that will open its fifth location on the second floor of this six-story building.

James Famularo, principal and senior director, and Ravi Idnani, director, represented the tenant. Jason Pruger and Kate Cohen from NGKF represented the building’s owner.

“Satori Laser is the largest boutique laser hair removal center in Manhattan and Long Island, providing treatments to 30,000 customers annually,” Famularo said.

“While the center currently has a diverse customer base, it initially treated models exclusively and continues to have partnerships with 15 of New York City’s top modeling agencies.”

Idnani added, “Satori Laser was specifically looking to expand its operation in a desirable Midtown location, so 143 East 57th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues was a perfect fit.”

Thor Equities

Salon services in Chelsea

Thor Equities has leased 11,000 s/fat 124 West 24th Street in Chelsea to Salons by JC.

It will be the first Salons by JC in New York City, offering an array of beauty and wellness services. The San Antonio-based salon suite rental concept currently has 53 locations in 20 states and Canada.

The two-level space owned by Thor Equities features 13-foot ceilings and 50 feet of frontage.

CPEX

CPEX plays full Court press

CPEX Real Estate’s Brooklyn Retail Leasing Team has completed its 15th lease transaction on Court Street.

Prema Yoga will occupy 1,225 s/f of ground floor at 498 Court Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Founded by Amanda Harding and Lesley, Prema Yoga is relocating from 236 Carroll Street in order to expand.

CPEX’s Brooklyn Retail Leasing Team, consisting of Managing Director Ryan Condren, Associate Director George Danut and Associate Keat Chew, represented the landlord and procured the tenant.

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