Abramowitz of Newmark Knight Frank completes 3,800 s/f retail lease at 67 West 71st St.; Cowan of Isaacs and Co. acts for tenant, Heyday

July 18, 2017 - Shopping Centers

Manhattan, NY Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has completed a 10-year, 3,800 s/f retail lease at 67 West 71st St. for Heyday. Director Harrison Abramowitz represented the owner, 71st Realty Associates LLC, and Nick Cowan of Isaacs and Company represented the tenant. 

Harrison Abramowitz,
Newmark Knight Frank

 

Nick Cowan,
Isaacs and Company

 

Heyday is a skin-care destination that specializes in making facials a routine step in everyday life. This retail store will serve as an expansion for Heyday as their fourth location in the borough and is set to open in the fall of 2017. The tenant will occupy 2,100 s/f of the ground floor space and 1,700 s/f of lower-level space in the building located just off of the Upper West Side’s most desirable shopping corridor, the new location for Heyday will benefit from the tremendous co-tenancy within the immediate area, including its adjacent co-tenant Drybar.  

“The location couldn’t be beat,” said Abramowitz. “Just steps off the priciest stretch of Columbus Ave., 67 West 71st St. proved to be the ideal option for Heyday in this trade area and we expect them to do well here.” 

NKF is one of the world’s leading commercial real estate advisory firms. Together with London-based partner Knight Frank and independently-owned offices, NKF’s 14,100 professionals operate from more than 400 offices in established and emerging property markets on six continents.

With roots dating back to 1929, NKF’s strong foundation makes it one of the most trusted names in commercial real estate. NKF’s full-service platform comprises BGC’s real estate services segment, offering commercial real estate tenants, landlords, investors and developers a wide range of services including leasing; capital markets services, including investment sales, debt placement, appraisal, and valuation services; commercial mortgage brokerage services; as well as corporate advisory services, consulting, project and development management, and property and corporate facilities management services.

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