New York, NY
Beth Rosen, RKF
RKF, the country’s leading independent real estate firm specializing in retail leasing, investment sales and consulting services, is exclusively marketing 20,750 s/f of retail space at 63 Wooster St. in SoHo.
RKF executive vice president Beth Rosen, managing director Jackie Totolo and vice chairman Robert Cohen are marketing the opportunity as 63 Wooster St. on behalf of the property owner, Pearlmark Real Estate Partners.
The blockthrough retail space, previously occupied by lifestyle brand Anthropologie, includes 10,700 s/f on the ground floor and 7,500 s/f in the lower level of a five-story cast-iron building. The space features a brand new storefront on Wooster St., more than 56 feet of frontage on both Wooster St. and West Broadway, as well as a 16-foot ground floor ceiling. The retail space was formerly known as 375 West Broadway.
Located between Spring and Broome Streets, 63 Wooster Street is ideally situated in the heart of SoHo, home to some of the most renowned fashion and specialty retail brands, gourmet food purveyors and upscale hotels. Neighboring retailers include Simone Rocha, Celine, Thakoon, Cipriani, Free People, Jeffrey Rudes, Off White, Moschino, COS, Ladurée, and Dominique Ansel Bakery.
“SoHo is the epicenter of everything current in shopping and dining, and its side streets have become increasingly desirable in recent months” said Rosen. “Luxury brands are making ‘secondary’ streets such as Wooster their first choice. As a result, co-tenancy on the block is phenomenal, and New Yorkers and tourists are flocking to this particular cluster of high-end fashion brands en masse. This makes 63 Wooster the ideal fit for an art gallery, an experiential use or an upscale multi-brand retailer.”
“What makes this opportunity so special is that it works for one or more retailers,” said Totolo. “A single tenant can take the entire space and choose to have dual storefronts on Wooster Street and West Broadway, or the space can be divided for two retailers to each have a unique presence and significant frontage.”