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RIPCO brings seven new retailers to West Village

RIPCO Real Estate  announced seven deals totaling 7,930 s/f on Bleecker and Christopher Streets in the West Village neighborhood.

The lease terms range from five-to-ten years, with the properties becoming home to a variety of industries including resort wear, apparel, photography gallery, artisanal coffee and home accessories.

The deals include:

  • 333 Bleecker Street 
    • Tenant: Felix, a resort wear brand founded in 2002 will be using this space as its new retail location. 
    • Size: 500-square-foot lease
    • Broker representing the tenant: Ben Sabin of RIPCO
    • Brokers representing the landlord: Richard Skulnik and Lindsay Zegans of RIPCO
  • 337 Bleecker Street 
    • Tenant: Do Not Feed Alligators, a photography gallery and artisanal coffee shop based on David Shama’s book Do Not Feed Alligators will be occupying this space. 
    • Size: 1,650-square-foot lease
    • Brokers representing the tenant: Greg Tannor and Jessica Gerstein of Lee & Associates
    • Brokers representing the landlord: Richard Skulnik and Lindsay Zegans of RIPCO
  • 371 Bleecker Street 
    • Tenant: Mack Weldon, a modern menswear brand that carries basics and undergarment apparel will be using this space to open a retail store.
    • Size: 750-square-foot lease
    • Brokers representing the tenant: Jennifer Bernstein, Current Real Estate Advisors
    • Brokers representing the landlord: Richard Skulnik and Ben Sabin of RIPCO
  • 375 Bleecker Street
    • Tenant: Goodlife, a premium essentials and lifestyle brand known for creating the perfect t-shirt is using this space to open its second retail store in New York City. 
    • Size: 900-square-foot lease
    • Brokers representing the tenant: Jennifer Bernstein, Current Real Estate Advisors
    • Brokers representing the landlord: Richard Skulnik and Ben Sabin of RIPCO
  • 378 Bleecker Street
    • Tenant: Maria Cher, a women’s apparel brand originally based in Argentina, will be using this space to open its first store in New York. 
    • Size: 800-square-foot lease
    • Brokers representing the tenant: Richard Skulnik and Ben Sabin of RIPCO
  • 383 Bleecker Street 
    • Tenant: Brooklinen, a home accessories company known for its bed sheets, will be opening its second store at this location. 
    • Size: 1,850 square feet
    • Tenant Broker: Adam Henick, Current Real Estate Advisors
    • Agency Brokers: Richard Skulnik, Lindsay Zegans and Ben Sabin of RIPCO
  • 89 Christopher Street
    • Tenant: Surreal Skincare, a skincare brand focused on highly effective, natural skincare products, will be using this space as its first retail location. 
    • Size: 1,480 square feet
    • Broker representing the tenant: Tenant represented herself
    • Brokers representing the landlord: Richard Skulnik and Lindsay Zegans of RIPCO

“Bleecker Street in the West Village is one of the city’s most charming neighborhoods. The vacancies on Bleecker Street started pre-pandemic but even in the toughest times the team saw activity growing. Since the beginning of the year, we completed seven deals both in representing landlords and tenants. We have a few more in the works right now as well” said Richard Skulnik, Vice Chairman RIPCO.

“The combination of the small boutique-sized storefronts, the affluent and creative residential population and a bit of tourism foot traffic makes for a great retail corridor. We expect more growth in this market if spaces become available.” 

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