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TF Cornerstone taps Winick to lease three retail sites

TF Cornerstone has named Winick Realty Group president Steven E. Baker and Aaron S. Fishbein the exclusive brokers marketing three of the company’s latest retail availabilities.

Photo by m anima/ Flickr
Photo by m anima/ Flickr

Baker and Fishbein are currently marketing 825 s/f at 7 East 14th Street.

The storefront, which is currently occupied by Lush, is the third retail space to come to market in the building as Baker and Fishbein have already completed leasing efforts there with Le Café Coffee and Ricky’s.

In Midtown East, 1,600 s/f of ground-floor retail is available at 310 East 46th Street.

Current tenant, City Blossoms, will vacate the space in January 1, 2017, creating an opportunity to service the dense office and residential populations in the neighborhood.

Finally, Baker and Fishbein are marketing the retail at 107 Horatio Street in the Meatpacking District.

The space is surrounded by traffic drivers, including the new Whitney Museum, the entrance to the High Line, the new Samsung location and a rumored café flagship from Starbucks.

The storefront is housed at the base of the 320-unit West Coast luxury residential building, also known as 95 Horatio Street, and is situated next to the building lobby.

The availability comprises 1,113 s/f on the ground floor and 1,500 s/f in the selling lower level.

Baker and Fishbein are considering all non-vented uses for each of the three retail sites.

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