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Feature Friday! Riverfront Space in the Trendiest Area!

This week I am featuring 245 Riverside Avenue. This is a great office location, with beautiful river views and in the coolest neighborhood!

Space features:

  •  ±10,097 SF Sublease
  • Class “A” Space in Brooklyn
  • On-site fitness center
  • Spacious, open lobby
  • 3/1,000 SF parking with reserved spaces
  • Common conference center facility
  • Furniture included
  • Sublease through 3/31/2020

Click here for the flyer

Want to see this beautiful, riverfront office space? Call me to set up a tour!

CUSHWAKE RELEASES MAIN STREETS ACROSS WORLD REPORT

Cushman & Wakefield has released our 29th edition global flagship report Main Streets Across the World. New York’s 5th Avenue (between 49th – 60th Streets) is listed as the most expensive location in the world. 

The report tracks 451 of the top retail streets around the globe, ranking the most expensive in 68 countries by their prime rental value and enabling an analysis of trends in retail real estate performance.

The top-five global city locations include: 

  1. New York’s 5th Avenue (49th – 60th Streets)
  2. Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay
  3. London’s New Bond Street
  4. Milan’s Via Montenapoleone
  5. Paris’ Avenue des Champs Elysees

In the Americas, the list’s top five includes: 

  1. New York’s 5th Avenue (49th – 60th Streets)
  2. Los Angeles’ Rodeo Drive
  3. San Francisco’s Union Square
  4. Chicago’s North Michigan Avenue
  5. Miami’s Lincoln Road

“Today’s shopping experience is evolving, with retail’s transformation driven by factors like experiential bricks-and-mortar environments, omni-channel shopping, and supply chain innovations,” said David Gorelick, Executive Managing Director and Head of Retail for the Americas at Cushman & Wakefield. “In New York City, the environment is especially competitive, and brands who call Manhattan home set the pace for retail globally. We know that international luxury brands will continue to look to high streets to support their plans for expansion—and as retailers search for new opportunities to connect with consumers, the market will undoubtedly respond in ways that leverage the unique overlap between the retail, industrial, and eCommerce sectors.”

Click here to learn much more about major markets and trends

URBAN CONSTRUCTION UPDATE – FALL 2017

Modern Cities posted their Urban Construction update for Fall 2017. What are you most excited to see? I love seeing cranes downtown! We have so many exciting things in the works for our downtown.  Cowford Chophouse finally opened, and it was definitely worth the wait!

Read the Modern Cities article here! 

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