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Massey Knakal Leasing Services Retained Exclusively To Secure Lease On Upper West Side

09/24/2012

Massey Knakal Retail Leasing Services has been retained on an exclusive basis to secure retail leases for two stores at 110 West End AvenueThe building is located on the northeast corner of West 64th Street and West End Avenue, on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

Combined, the two spaces are approximately 6,400 square feet on the ground level with an additional 2,600 square feet of basement space.  The stores are available for lease separately or together.  Store A consists of approximately 3,100 square feet on the ground level with an additional 1,400 square feet of basement space.  Store B consists of approximately 3,300 square feet on the ground level with an additional 1,200 square feet of basement space.

This space benefits from high visibility frontage at the base of a residential building. Just steps from bus stops and a subway station, it is located on one of the most heavily foot trafficked blocks on the Upper West Side. Neighborhood retailers include Western Beef, SVC, Subway, and Hertz.

“This space would be ideal for a national tenant given the size of this space and the desirable location on the corner of West End Avenue and 64th Street,” said Director of Retail Leasing David Chkheidze.

For more information, contact Director of Retail Leasing David Chkheidze at 212.696.2500.

Massey Knakal Retail Leasing Services (MKRLS) is a focused retail leasing division whose goal is to ensure that every client obtains creditable tenants at the highest overall rental income. To accomplish this objective, the MKRLS team quickly and efficiently implements well-orchestrated marketing and leasing campaigns geared toward targeted groups of retail candidates.

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09/24/2012 - 13:41

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Cushman & Wakefield Capital Markets Group New York

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