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Variety Coffee to open first Manhattan location

After conquering Brooklyn, the hip coffee roaster Variety Coffee is set to open it’s first Manhattan location.

Cushman & Wakefield  announced it closed a 10-year lease with the drinkery at 261 Seventh Avenue in Chelsea . The coffee shop will occupy 800 s/f on the ground floor.

A Cushman & Wakefield team of Brandon L. Singer and Matthew Ball represented the landlord. Josh Siegelman of Winick Realty represented the tenant.

“The landlord is excited to bring a local and popular coffee purveyor into the neighborhood,” said  Singer. “Given the heavy foot traffic in this neighborhood, we’re confident that Variety Coffee will be very successful in this location.

Variety Coffee opened in Brooklyn in 2008 with a mission to ethically source the world’s rarest and most unique green coffees. The brand currently has additional cafés in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick neighborhoods.

Located on the south east corner of West 25th Street, the new space is directly across Whole Foods and one block south of the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT).

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