Delshah Capital hires Meridian Investment Sales to list 1,950 s/f retail condominium

October 17, 2017 - Shopping Centers

New York, NY Delshah Capital hired Meridian Investment Sales, the commercial property sales division of Meridian Capital Group, to exclusively market its retail condominium, located at 170 Mercer St. in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City. 

The property is a two-story, 1,950 s/f retail condominium in the heart of SoHo, located on the East side of Mercer St., between Houston and Prince Sts. The newly renovated property offers a favorable triple net lease to Shamballa Jewels, a designer jewelry brand featured in 25 stores worldwide.

Inbal Himelblau-Denman,
Meridian Investment Sales


David Schechtman,
Meridian Investment Sales


SoHo, once home to a thriving industrial district, has established itself as one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Manhattan. Its landscape offers a seamless mélange of the past and present: stunning cast-iron architecture, ornate pre-war buildings, cobblestone streets, high fashion boutiques, designer furniture stores, chic eateries, and creative hot spots, making it a highly-traveled destination.
The retail condominium at 170 Mercer St. is at the center of it all, in close proximity to the B, D, F, and M subway lines at the Broadway-Lafayette Street station, the R and W subway lines at the Prince Street Station, and the 4 and 6 subway lines at the Spring Street station.
Meridian managing director, Inbal Himelblau-Denman, senior executive managing director, David Schechtman, managing director, Abie Kassin, and managing director, Lipa Liberman are marketing the 170 Mercer St. property. 

"Retail not only lives, it thrives when you combine intelligent spaces with established brands. In the case of 170 Mercer Street, the in-place lease provides for positive cash flow on a highly financeable asset located on a block which has withstood market shifts for decades,” said Schechtman. “This is a strong opportunity for an investor to acquire a premium piece of Soho real estate at market corrected pricing.” 


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