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Thor leases 118 Prince to jeweller John Hardy for first US boutique

Thor Retail Advisors has leased 3,600 s/f  of  retail space to luxury jewelry brand John Hardy at 118 Prince Street in SoHo, company executives announced today.

This will be the first US boutique for John Hardy. The store will feature the company’s Bali inspired, handmade luxury jewelry collections and lifestyle accessories.

118 Prince Street
118 Prince Street

“Our third party landlord representation business is one of the best kept secrets in the business,” said Matthew Seigel, executive vice president of Thor Retail Advisors, who represented the landlord.

“People know Thor Retail Advisors for our tenant representation and our success advising luxury, fashion and e-commerce brands, but we have also created tremendous value for our landlord clients.”

Paul Muratore of CBRE represented John Hardy.

Thor Retail Advisors recently represented Balmain for their Wooster Street flagship store, and secured a long term lease for Frame at 51 Greene Street.  In addition, the company represents three high profile retail spaces in the SoHo market.

“The Thor Retail Advisors team has a unique understanding both of landlord objectives and tenant needs,” said Michael Shah, principal of Delshah Capital, whose three-building Meatpacking portfolio wsa leased by Thord Retail Advisors.

“That knowledge combined with their dedication and global reach produced excellent results for our portfolio.”

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