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Retail space at 1156 Madison Avenue now on the market

The Brodsky Organization has tapped Winick Realty Group to lease some prime Madison Avenue retail space.

Photo of Madison Avenue. Credit to Vincent Desjardins/Flickr
Photo of Madison Avenue. Credit to Vincent Desjardins/Flickr

Winick president Steven E. Baker and Charles Rapuano are marketing the space at 1156 Madison Avenue which offers 3,036 s/f  of ground floor retail, with an additional 1,335 s/f available in the lower level.

“The retail at 1156 Madison Avenue is located at the base of a beautiful Brodsky rental building in one of Manhattan’s most affluent neighborhoods,” said Baker.

“Thanks to its prime position and incredible frontage, this location is a great opportunity for a tenant who wants to stand out on Madison Avenue.”

Baker said “logical divisionsˮ will be considered for the site, which is surrounded by a retailers including Dean & Deluca, Theory, Madewell, Lululemon and Brooks Brothers.

Featuring 57 feet of Madison Avenue frontage, the brokers say the storefront offers “unlimited branding and signage potential for an incoming tenant to reach the significant pedestrian traffic and dense residential population in the neighborhood, as well as commuters utilizing the 4, 5 and 6 trains at the nearby 86th Street station.ˮ

All uses will be considered for the space, which is located between East 85th and 86th Streets, within walking distance of Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Fifth Avenue’s Museum Mile.

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