Owles and Sinder of Sinvin Realty Corp. named leasing agents for 2,500 s/f at 158 Mercer St.
NEW YORK, NY Christopher Owles, managing director of Sinvin Realty Corp., and Bruce Sinder, president, have been named exlusive leasing agents on 2,500 s/f of ground level retail space at 158 Mercer St., between Houston and Prince Sts. Stephane Kelian, a popular high-end shoe designer, formerly occupied the spaces.
The Soho space also includes a rare double-height storefront, with a 25 ft. frontage, soaring 25 ft. ceilings and an abundance of natural light.
Neighboring tenants in the fashion retailer Mecca include Marc Jacobs, John Varvatos, Prada, Earl Jean and The Mercer Hotel.
“This is one of the most stunning retail spaces in the neighborhood,” says Owles. “Its dramatic interior and location make it the perfect space for a high-end fashion retailer to establish a unique presence in Soho.”
Since its establishment in 1979, Sinvin Realty Corp. has been one of Downtown Manhattan’s most active office and retail brokers. Sinvin spearheaded Soho’s transformation from a manufacturing zone into one of the world’s greatest art centers and its continued evolution into one of Manhattan’s nost lively retail and tourist areas. Specializing in Soho, the Meat Packing District, Tribecca, Chelsea and Flatiron, Sinvin has negotiated sales and leases for some of Manhattan’s most high-profile clients, including Adidas America, Dean & DeLuca, Soho House, Vitra, Blue Man Group, Marc Jacobs International, Columbia University, and Balthazar Restaurant.