Roesch and Dweck of Meridian broker 1,000 s/f

November 05, 2019 - Front Section

Manhattan, NY According to Stonehenge NYC, Jet’s Pizza has opened its first location in the city in the retail portion of residential building Stonehenge 18, at 120 9th Ave. 

Meridian’s John Roesch represented Jet’s Pizza, while Steven Dweck of Meridian represented ownership, Stonehenge in the 1,000 s/f, 15-year lease.

“I am extremely excited to welcome Jet’s Pizza to NYC,” said Ofer Yardeni, CEO and chairman of Stonehenge NYC. “I am confident that Jet’s will see immense success here and believe their high-quality product, overseen by a seasoned owner, and accessible location will lead them there.”

Jet’s Pizza officially opened its doors for business on October 21st.

Scott Gregerson, the franchisee, originally hails from Metro Detroit, where he had worked at another Jet’s Pizza franchise location while attending Michigan State University. Prior to his decision to open a franchise location in NYC, Gregerson spent two years living and familiarizing himself with the city. He ultimately decided on Stonehenge 18 in Chelsea because of its central location, which allows for deliveries to a wide range of neighborhoods throughout the borough.

“The dream of the business is to share Jet’s Pizza’s famous Detroit-Style Pizza and superior guest experience with NYC, while creating lasting career opportunities for our restaurant operating partners,” said Gregerson. Over the next several years, he plans to house four new locations across NYC, with 120 9th Ave. as the first. 

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