RETAIL BRIEFS: Helmut Lang in NoLita

Date Published: 
Mar 12, 2014

Helmut Lang in NoLita

Helmut Lang signed a lease for 1,250 s/f at 14 Prince Street in NoLita. The space is located at the southeast corner of Elizabeth Street and is the fashion brands fourth Manhattan location. Helmut Lang was represented by Jason Turner, of Zelnik & Company LLC.

“In recent years, Prince and Elizabeth Streets have emerged as the preeminent shopping streets in NoLita,” said Turner. “The opportunity for Helmut Lang to position itself at the intersection of both streets was too tempting to pass up.”

Helmut Lang recently opened for business replacing French handbag company, Jamin Puech.


Finger lickin’ good deal

Cushman & Wakefield announced that Mighty Quinn’s Barbeque has signed a long-term lease at 75 Greenwich Avenue in the West Village and is expected to open this summer. Mighty Quinn’s BBQ, which is planning to replicate the look of its flagship location in the East Village, will occupy 2,760 s/f in the West Village building, which was previously occupied by Bone Lick BBQ.

The restaurant has been expanding rapidly, with plans to open a location at Brookfield Place this spring and in Clifton, NJ, in March. The restaurant also has a dedicated presence at Smorgasburg in Brooklyn and will soon open a stall inside Berg’n, Brooklyn Flea’s beer garden and food hall in Crown Heights. Cushman & Wakefield’s Jason Greenstone and Michael O’Neill represented Mighty Quinn’s in the transaction. Cory Zelnik and Adam Weinblatt of Zelnik & Company represented the landlord.

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