Buslik and Levy of Adams lease 17,610 s/f; Koeppel of Koeppel Rosen assists

January 21, 2020 - New York City
Jeff Buslik,
Adams & Co.


David Levy,
Adams & Co.


Manhattan, NY According to Adams & Co. Real Estate, LLC, Public Clothing Company, Inc., which markets and distributes upscale men and women’s fashion brands, has signed a 17,610 s/f, 12-year lease at 151 West 26th St. 

The firm will utilize the full seventh floor space for its offices and a showroom. 

Jeff Buslik and David Levy of Adams & Co. represented the tenant, while Max Koeppel of Koeppel Rosen LLC represented the landlord, the Rosen family. Public Clothing Co. is expected to take occupancy in May.

“Public Clothing Company wanted to establish a more long-term presence in both the NoMad and Chelsea areas and this location offered the best of both neighborhoods. The spacious layout and the ability to house its offices and showroom all on one floor made this space the perfect fit for the firm to continue its rapid growth,” said Buslik.

Founded in 1993, Public Clothing Company markets and distributes luxury fashion brands via in-store and direct-to-consumer channels. The firm excels in crafting a product that is tailored to each brand or retailer’s needs, standards, price points and assortments. The company’s infrastructure supports brands with sourcing, financing and e-commerce capabilities. Public Clothing Company’s notable brands include Generra, Anthony Thomas Melillo (ATM), Hypercolor and Prismsport. 

Constructed in 1912, 151 West 26th St. is a 204,000 s/f, 12-story office building located in Chelsea. The property features a lobby attendant, key card access and two freight elevators. The building is easily accessible via the nearby transportation hub of Penn Station and the 1, F, M, N, R, W and Path trains.

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