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Winick Realty marketing Design District retail space

Winick Realty Group is marketing the retail space at 213 East 59th Street, between Second and Third Avenues in Midtown East’s Design District.

Charles Rapuano, Jeremy Wintner and president Steven E. Baker are exclusively marketing the property on behalf of Chosen Equities, marking Winick Realty Group’s third retail project on the block.

Rapuano, Wintner and Baker represented MWest Holdings LLC at 223 East 59th Street, which was leased to Savoir Beds, while Rapuano represented The Shade Store in their lease transaction at 225 East 59th Street.

“Winick Realty Group is setting the market on this block as hip concepts, like The Shade Store and Savoir Beds, replace the old antique stores,” said Rapuano.

“We have a great rapport with the landlords on this block and we are proud to be representing yet another retail space on a block that we believe in.”

Available for the first time in 20 years, the retail at 213 East 59th Street comprises 1,354 s/f of ground-floor retail space with 25 feet of frontage on East 59th Street, and an additional 728 s/f in the basement. The site also offers a  1,138 s/f backyard space, giving potential tenants an outdoor area that can be used for private meetings, events, product displays or other uses.

“We are looking for an established tenant who will play off this newly-upgraded tenancy, as well as nearby traffic drivers like Bloomingdale’s, Dylan’s Candy Bar, The Rug Company and the Decoration & Design Building,” added Wintner.

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