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05/17/2012 - 08:59 AM
C&W to Market Tremendous Retail Corner in Tribeca
New York, New York - Cushman & Wakefield today announced it was retained as the exclusive leasing agent for 15,730 square feet (sf) of retail space at Collect Pond House located at 366 Broadway, at the northeast corner of Broadway and Franklin St. in Tribeca.  

The site offers 40 feet of frontage on Broadway and 80 feet on Franklin St. The space features dramatic ceiling heights centrally located. The large block of space encompasses three floors including 6,275 sf on the ground floor, 975 sf on the mezzanine; 4,750 sf on the lower level; in addition to 3,730 sf of basement storage space. The space is suitable for multiple retailers and is sub-dividable starting at 975 sf. The maximum amount of contiguous space offered is 6,275 sf. It is available for immediate lease and occupancy.

The space is being marketed by Cushman & Wakefield, led by Joanne Podell, Matthew Seigel, and Brandon L. Singer. The building is owned by Collect Pond House Inc., the apartment property’s co-op board.

“We have seen tremendous retail activity in Tribeca, with many emerging brands taking space in this neighborhood,” said Ms. Podell, a Cushman & Wakefield executive vice president. “This site is one of only a few available spaces in a much sought after area of affluence that features significant and steady daytime, nighttime, and weekend foot traffic.”

Located in the Tribeca Historic District, the Collect Pond House was built in 1908 for Louis M Jones & Co and was designed by Frederick C. Browne in the Beaux-Arts style. The building is faced in brick and limestone with terra-cotta trim. It features an historic marble lobby and staircase with wrought iron balustrade. The building was redeveloped as residences and retail in 1979. Collect Pond House is comprised of 12 Floors with 35 units and three elevators; a common roof deck; video intercom security system; and basement storage.

Neighboring retailers include Ricky’s, OMG, Shoegasm, Unlimited Jeans, and Starbucks. It is located within walking distance of the Hudson River and Washington Market Parks and numerous subway lines.

“366 Broadway is an extremely visible corner location with the type of space that is suited for a variety of retail uses,” said Mr. Singer, a Cushman & Wakefield director of retail services.

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