TF Cornerstone has tapped Winick Realty Group to market a trio of properties around Manhattan.
President Steven E. Baker will spearhead the leasing efforts for all three storefronts.
Baker and executive vice president Kenneth Hochhauser are currently marketing a FiDi corner formerly occupied by Pret a Manger.
The 1,670 s/f store at 101 Maiden Lane features 20 ft. of corner frontage surrounded by successful locations for tenants such as Potbelly, Chipotle, Hale & Hearty, Starbucks and Chop’t.
In the heart of Union Square, Baker and associate director Josh Siegelman represent approximately 2,400 s/f of ground-floor space at 7 East 14th Street, between Fifth Avenue and University Place.
Currently Radio Shack, the site benefits from the 24/7 pedestrian traffic generated by some of Union Square’s top-performing businesses, including Whole Foods, Forever 21, Burlington Coat Factory and the first Manhattan location for Nordstrom Rack, which Baker leased in 2009.
Finally, Baker and his associate Aaron Fishbein are marketing 1,336 s/f of community space at 220 West 26th Street, between Seventh and Eighth Avenues in the heart of Chelsea.
The space sits at the base of Chelsea Centro, a luxury rental building with 237 units, and is accessible by many different MTA subway lines. Only tenants who are use group 3 & 4 will be considered for this space.
Winick also landed an assignment in Toms River Center in New Jersey’s Ocean COunty owned by Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp.
Senior vice president Tyler Bennett has been named the exclusive broker for two availabilities at Toms River Plaza, one of the most successful regional shopping centers in the County.
The 3,000 s/f availability, a former pizzeria, is restaurant ready and Bennett is seeking to fill the site with a fast casual food tenant, among others.
The other measures 6,900s/f and, for this site, Bennett is seeking a merchandise or apparel user.
Two large prominent pylon signs are available with theretail stores. Both can be seen from the Garden State Parkway, offering additional and invaluable visibility.
“Though the Toms River market has seen many changes through time and new developments, there is nothing that can replace the Toms River Center,” said Bennett.
“The Center has withstood the test of time and has always had a strong tenancy with a high occupancy rate. This is arguably the best shopping center in the market and I am honored to represent the two available storefronts on behalf of Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp.”
Anchored by Super Foodtown and Kohl’s, the 251,000 s/f Toms River Center is positioned off of exit 82A of the Garden State Parkway.