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RKF tapped to market retail space at 105 Wooster St. in SoHo

RKF announced that it is exclusively marketing a rare 40,000 s/f retail space at 105 Wooster Street in SoHo.

The space is currently occupied by home furnishings retailer Room & Board.

RKF Vice President Caleb Petersen, Director Ike Bibi and Director Andrew Stern are leading the marketing efforts on behalf of a family-owned investment firm that owns the building.

105 Wooster is a six-story, 55,000 s/f  mixed-use luxury condominium building.

The retail space consists of 9,500 s/f on the ground floor, 9,000 in the lower level and 10,750 s/f on each the second and third floors.

Situated between Prince and Spring Streets, there is 100 feet of frontage on Wooster Street.

The location is in the heart of SoHo, one of Manhattan’s strongest retail markets, where luxury and accessible retail brands create a vibrant atmosphere attracting locals and tourists alike.

Neighboring retailers include Chanel, Balmain, DVF, Issey Miyake, Tiffany & Co., Barbour, Ted Baker, Ray-Ban and Canada Goose, who will open its first U.S. store soon.

“RKF has a successful track record in SoHo, having represented many retail opportunities as well as retailers over the years,” said Petersen.

“We are thrilled to continue to help shape this highly desirable market by bringing in the right mix of retail tenants to 105 Wooster Street. We believe this rare opportunity is ideal for luxury fashion brands and department stores, and electronics, lifestyle and experiential retailers.

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