Tiffany & Co. extends lease in Flatiron District

Tiffany & Co. plans to maintain its international headquarters at 200 Fifth Ave. for a very long time to come back. Though it trimmed its house to 287,000 sq. toes from simply over 400,000 — the type of pruning many corporations are doing — its extra significant step was to increase its lease for 10 extra years.

The lengthened dedication, reported right here for the primary time, reaffirms landlord L&L Holding Co.’s success in steering the 1909 landmark constructing, which L&L purchased in near-ruined situation for $480 million, by way of a succession of challenges. They included fallout from the Nice Recession, the stunning lack of an fairness accomplice and the last-minute collapse of a significant lease.

All through the odyssey, L&L founders David W. Levinson and Robert Lapidus managed to maintain the property on the right track. They landed Tiffany and Gray World Group as workplace tenants and Italian meals corridor Eataly — which was then unknown within the US — as its retail anchor. IMG can be a small workplace tenant. 

Tiffany’s prolonged lease runs to 2036. Phrases weren’t out there, however a supply mentioned they included a triple-digit hire and a “nominal” concession bundle.

Tiffany’s house discount leaves solely 57,691 sq. toes up for grabs on the 800,000 square-foot location — the primary workplace availability since L&L accomplished a $135 million capital improve program just a few years in the past.

Levinson and L&L government vp David C. Berkey represented the possession in-house. Savills’ Greg Taubin and Matthew Barlow acted for Tiffany.

In the meantime, the restoration and enlargement of the jeweler’s flagship retailer at 727 Fifth Ave. seems to be within the dwelling stretch.  A 3-story addition on high is now clearly seen. There’s no official phrase but when Tiffany will transfer again in after subleasing the previous Niketown subsequent door at Trump-owned 6 E. 57th St. as a short lived dwelling since 2018.

The curtain fell ever so quietly on Pergola des Artistes, one of many theater district’s few surviving bistros that harked again to the times when French sailors strolled in for beef bourguignon and Bourdeaux wine after they disembarked from passenger ships on the West Facet piers.

The house that Pergola des Artistes occupied is now available on the market.
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Pergola des Artistes
Identified for its trustworthy French delicacies, Pergola “quickly” closed because of the pandemic, however received’t reopen.
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The time-warp hang-out at 252 W. forty sixth St., fondly remembered for its white tablecloths, crimson linen napkins and trustworthy French delicacies, is sandwiched between the Imperial Theatre and an empty lot slated for growth.

The restaurant closed “quickly” throughout the pandemic however is not going to reopen.  It was owned by the household of Christian Ponsolle which additionally owns the four-story constructing. The Pergola house is now available on the market through Douglas Elliman Industrial’s Louis Puopolo, Matthew Leto and Bradford Siderow. Puopolo mentioned a brand new tenant may be introduced quickly.

The ups-and-downs of glamorous indoor purchasing malls like those on the World Commerce Middle and Deutsche Financial institution Middle draw countless media consideration. In the meantime, some out of doors retail complexes in much less glamorous elements of city obtain little acclaim regardless of thriving in plain sight.

Amongst them: The Retailers at Marble Hill within the Bronx, beforehand generally known as River Plaza. The 240,000 square-foot, mid-market purchasing mecca on the foot of the No. 1 prepare West 225th Avenue elevated station is thought to be the linchpin of the borough’s Broadway-corridor resurgence.  

The Shops at Marble Hill in the Bronx
In a struggling retail setting, the Retailers at Marble Hill has not struggled for tenants.
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In a struggling retail setting, the Retailers at Marble Hill is remarkably 100% leased. New offers had been not too long ago signed for almost 11,000 sq. toes — for Foot Locker, Sally Magnificence and MedRite and for a relocation of Applebee’s inside the complicated.

The property has been anchored by Goal since 2004. Different tenants embody Marshalls, Metropolis Denims, Planet Health and T-Cellular. The proprietor is Kingsbridge Associates, a partnership of Curbcut Realty, Kessler-Sachs Household Partnership, James Levin and Washington Sq. Companions.

Paul Travis, managing accomplice of Washington Sq., mentioned the Marble Hill complicated is within the high 5% of shopper visitors for all town’s purchasing facilities.

Asking rents have been $95 per sq. foot.

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