Commercial Real Estate & Advisory

Sinvin Shops Space in SoHo Charmer

September 27, 2006

Sinvin Realty announced that Bruce Sinder, president, and Christopher Owles, managing director, have been appointed the exclusive agents to market the three 8,600 s/f floors, 25,800 s/f in all, of office space at 107 Grand Street at the corner of Mercer Street in SoHo, owned by Man Yun Real Estate Corp.

Said Owles, “This is a rare availability to find this large of a block of contiguous space in central SoHo. It would be perfect for high-end tenants looking for more cachet, more of a user-friendly location, a bit removed from the bustle of Broadway.”

The spaces for lease in this corner building lend well to either an open-plan loft design or an office-intensive installation. They have windows on three sides, 11-14 foot ceilings, and may be leased independently or combined.

“This building’s interior has been upgraded with a state-of-the-art technology infrastructure,” said Sinder, “but has also retained the classic SoHo charm of original hardwood floors and oversized windows.”

107 Grand Street sits directly opposite of 40 Mercer Street, the luxury residential ‘supercondo’ conceived and developed by hotelier André Balazs, and designed by visionary starchitect Jean Nouvel.

One of 107 Grand Street’s former tenants was Razorfish, now known as Avenue A | Razorfish ™, one of the world’s largest digital marketing services and technology firms, which occupied the entire 2nd floor of the property.