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Winick shopping space in new Fort Greene tower

Winick Realty has been named exclusive retail agent for one of the largest contiguous retail space coming to the Fort Greene market.
Jeff Winick, CEO, Thomas Caliendo and Daniel D. DePasquale are marking 11,000 s/f of retail at 86 Fleet Place.

JEFF WINICK
JEFF WINICK

The 33-story luxury mixed use tower is part of a four building development on the western edge of Fort Greene in Brooklyn by developer John Catsimatidisʼ Red Apple Group CEO.

At just under 400 feet tall, comprising 478,000 s/f in area and containing 440 apartments, it will be the tallest and largest building in the neighborhood.

Goldstein Hill & West Architects [GHWA] is the architect for the project, which will have 11,000 s/f of retail space with outdoor dining, along with a landscaped community terrace and penthouse rooftop with Manhattan and river views.

The ground retail is divisible and offers 18 ft. ceiling heights. the high traffic area has over 1,500 new apartments within a two-block radius and neighboring tenants include JP Morgan Chase Bank headquarters, CVS, Gristedes, NYC Fresh Market, Wright & Goebel Wine Bar, Palmers Café, Gold Street Eatery, La Defense, Au Bon Pain, Starbucks, and Five Guys.

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