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NEW IN TOWN

Ferris
44 W. 29th St.

The former executive chef of Le Turtle, on the Lower East Side, opened an American eatery inside the Made Hotel, in Chelsea.

Gramercy Kitchen
184 Third Ave.

The co-founders of TradingTable, an online purchasing platform for restaurants, have tweaked this former diner’s menu and name.

Intimissimi
601 Fifth Ave.

The Italian lingerie label opened its first U.S. store, in Midtown.

Madison Reed Color Bar
11 W. 18th St.

The San Francisco–based startup that makes at-home hair color products opened its first brick-and-mortar hair salon, in the Flatiron District. Prices start at $35.


MOVES AND EXPANSIONS

Mondrian Park Avenue
444 Park Ave. South

The luxury hotel chain introduced its second city-based location, in NoMad, with 189 guest rooms.

Next Models
15 Watts St.

The South Village modeling agency opened a men’s division. It has so far signed more than 60 models, musicians and actors.

Supreme
152 Grand St., Brooklyn

The skatewear brand with a store in SoHo opened a Williamsburg shop that has a giant built-in skate bowl.


BANKRUPTCIES

Maranatha Evangel Church
950 Van Duzer St., Staten Island

The church filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Oct. 8 citing estimated assets of $500,001 to $1 million and liabilities of $100,001 to $500,000. Wendy Paniccioli is the creditor with the largest unsecured claim, owed $120,000.

SeamSpray Force Systems
108-02 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Queens

The pressure-washing company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Oct. 18. The filing cites estimated assets of $0 to $50,000 and liabilities of $100,001 to $500,000. The creditor with the largest unsecured claim is the Internal Revenue Service, owed $300,000.


REAL ESTATE


RETAIL

Arlee Home Fashions signed a lease for 15,805 square feet at 36 E. 31st St. to move its office and showroom. The household furnishings manufacturer plans to take the entire eighth floor and part of the seventh floor. Norman Bobrow Co. brokered the deal for the tenant. The landlord, Koeppel Rosen, was represented in-house. The asking rent for the 10-year lease was $56 per square foot.

NAPA Auto Parts signed a lease for 14,100 square feet at 1973 38th St., Queens. The auto parts store plans to use the space as a retail, wholesale and distribution facility. Katz Associates brokered the deal for the tenant. ABS Partners Real Estate represented the landlord,19-80 Steinway. The asking rent and lease duration were not disclosed.

Fu Da International renewed the lease on its 10,119-square-foot showroom at 525 Seventh Ave. The asking rent for the three-year deal was $60 per square foot. Savitt Partners represented the tenant, a wholesale clothing and accessories distributor. The landlord, Olmstead Properties, represented itself.

Weisman Enterprises agreed to take 7,750 square feet at 2375 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn. The home- improvement brand that operates Weisman Home Outlets plans to open its fourth store. The asking rent and lease duration were not disclosed. The landlord, Maris Management, and the tenant were represented by M.C. O’Brien.

Christopher Wong, owner of Burger Inc. NYC, L.E.S. Kitchen and the Breakroom, will lease 2,450 square feet at 89 Greenwich Ave., where he plans to open a burger bar. The asking rent for the 15-year deal was $245 per square foot. Douglas Elliman Real Estate represented the landlord, 1 BK Street Corp. Sinvin Real Estate represented the tenant.


COMMERCIAL

The American Society for Composers, Authors and Publishers is planning to move its headquarters from1900 Broadway to 250 W. 57th St. The nonprofit signed a lease for 85,400 square feet over four floors. The asking rent was $67 per square foot for the 12th through 14th floors and $74 per square foot for the 20th floor. CBRE represented the tenant. The landlord, Empire State Realty Trust, was represented in-house and by Cushman Wakefield.

Squarespace agreed to take an additional 49,700 square feet at 225 Varick St. in Hudson Square The software company already occupies 93,000 square feet and plans to take two more floors. The asking rent for the 12-year deal was in the high $70s per square foot. CBRE represented the tenant and the landlords, Trinity Real Estate, Norges Bank Real Estate Management and Hines.

TheSkimm agreed to take 22,000 square feet at 50 W. 23rd St. The digital email newsletter company quadrupled the size of its former office across the street. The asking rent for the five-year sublease was in the mid-$60s per square foot. Colliers International represented the sublandlord, Grovo. Newmark Knight Frank brokered the deal for the subtenant.

GameChanger Media inked a deal for 16,906 square feet at 44 Wall St. The tech company, which runs a baseball and softball scorekeeping app, plans to relocate from 86 Chambers St. The asking rent was in the high $50s per square foot. Cushman Wakefield represented the tenant. The landlord, Equity Office, was represented in-house and by a team from CBRE.

Ferguson signed a 10-year lease for 13,263 square feet at 260 Furman St., Brooklyn. The Virginia-based plumbing wholesaler plans to open its second location in the borough. Commercial Retail Associates represented the tenant. CPEX Real Estate represented the landlord, RAL Cos.

Fujitsu America agreed to renew its 10,964-square-foot lease at 733 Third Ave. for 10 years. The Tokyo-based information technology equipment and services company has been a tenant in the building since 2004. The asking rent was $68 per square foot. Newmark Knight Frank represented the tenant. The landlord, the Durst Organization, was represented in-house. 

Bankruptcy filings from the eastern and southern districts of New York are listed alphabetically. Stock transactions are insider transactions at New York companies obtained from Thomson Reuters and listed by size. Real estate listings are in order of square footage.

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Ferris eatery | Gramercy Kitchen | Mondrian Park Avenue


Get your news on the record. To submit company openings, moves or real estate deals, or to receive further information, email FTR@crainsnewyork.com or visit this page.



NEW IN TOWN

Ferris
44 W. 29th St.

The former executive chef of Le Turtle, on the Lower East Side, opened an American eatery inside the Made Hotel, in Chelsea.

Gramercy Kitchen
184 Third Ave.

The co-founders of TradingTable, an online purchasing platform for restaurants, have tweaked this former diner’s menu and name.

Intimissimi
601 Fifth Ave.

The Italian lingerie label opened its first U.S. store, in Midtown.

Madison Reed Color Bar
11 W. 18th St.

The San Francisco–based startup that makes at-home hair color products opened its first brick-and-mortar hair salon, in the Flatiron District. Prices start at $35.


MOVES AND EXPANSIONS

Mondrian Park Avenue
444 Park Ave. South

The luxury hotel chain introduced its second city-based location, in NoMad, with 189 guest rooms.

Next Models
15 Watts St.

The South Village modeling agency opened a men’s division. It has so far signed more than 60 models, musicians and actors.

Supreme
152 Grand St., Brooklyn

The skatewear brand with a store in SoHo opened a Williamsburg shop that has a giant built-in skate bowl.


BANKRUPTCIES

Maranatha Evangel Church
950 Van Duzer St., Staten Island

The church filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Oct. 8 citing estimated assets of $500,001 to $1 million and liabilities of $100,001 to $500,000. Wendy Paniccioli is the creditor with the largest unsecured claim, owed $120,000.

SeamSpray Force Systems
108-02 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Queens

The pressure-washing company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Oct. 18. The filing cites estimated assets of $0 to $50,000 and liabilities of $100,001 to $500,000. The creditor with the largest unsecured claim is the Internal Revenue Service, owed $300,000.


REAL ESTATE


RETAIL

Arlee Home Fashions signed a lease for 15,805 square feet at 36 E. 31st St. to move its office and showroom. The household furnishings manufacturer plans to take the entire eighth floor and part of the seventh floor. Norman Bobrow Co. brokered the deal for the tenant. The landlord, Koeppel Rosen, was represented in-house. The asking rent for the 10-year lease was $56 per square foot.

NAPA Auto Parts signed a lease for 14,100 square feet at 1973 38th St., Queens. The auto parts store plans to use the space as a retail, wholesale and distribution facility. Katz Associates brokered the deal for the tenant. ABS Partners Real Estate represented the landlord,19-80 Steinway. The asking rent and lease duration were not disclosed.

Fu Da International renewed the lease on its 10,119-square-foot showroom at 525 Seventh Ave. The asking rent for the three-year deal was $60 per square foot. Savitt Partners represented the tenant, a wholesale clothing and accessories distributor. The landlord, Olmstead Properties, represented itself.

Weisman Enterprises agreed to take 7,750 square feet at 2375 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn. The home- improvement brand that operates Weisman Home Outlets plans to open its fourth store. The asking rent and lease duration were not disclosed. The landlord, Maris Management, and the tenant were represented by M.C. O’Brien.

Christopher Wong, owner of Burger Inc. NYC, L.E.S. Kitchen and the Breakroom, will lease 2,450 square feet at 89 Greenwich Ave., where he plans to open a burger bar. The asking rent for the 15-year deal was $245 per square foot. Douglas Elliman Real Estate represented the landlord, 1 BK Street Corp. Sinvin Real Estate represented the tenant.


COMMERCIAL

The American Society for Composers, Authors and Publishers is planning to move its headquarters from1900 Broadway to 250 W. 57th St. The nonprofit signed a lease for 85,400 square feet over four floors. The asking rent was $67 per square foot for the 12th through 14th floors and $74 per square foot for the 20th floor. CBRE represented the tenant. The landlord, Empire State Realty Trust, was represented in-house and by Cushman Wakefield.

Squarespace agreed to take an additional 49,700 square feet at 225 Varick St. in Hudson Square The software company already occupies 93,000 square feet and plans to take two more floors. The asking rent for the 12-year deal was in the high $70s per square foot. CBRE represented the tenant and the landlords, Trinity Real Estate, Norges Bank Real Estate Management and Hines.

TheSkimm agreed to take 22,000 square feet at 50 W. 23rd St. The digital email newsletter company quadrupled the size of its former office across the street. The asking rent for the five-year sublease was in the mid-$60s per square foot. Colliers International represented the sublandlord, Grovo. Newmark Knight Frank brokered the deal for the subtenant.

GameChanger Media inked a deal for 16,906 square feet at 44 Wall St. The tech company, which runs a baseball and softball scorekeeping app, plans to relocate from 86 Chambers St. The asking rent was in the high $50s per square foot. Cushman Wakefield represented the tenant. The landlord, Equity Office, was represented in-house and by a team from CBRE.

Ferguson signed a 10-year lease for 13,263 square feet at 260 Furman St., Brooklyn. The Virginia-based plumbing wholesaler plans to open its second location in the borough. Commercial Retail Associates represented the tenant. CPEX Real Estate represented the landlord, RAL Cos.

Fujitsu America agreed to renew its 10,964-square-foot lease at 733 Third Ave. for 10 years. The Tokyo-based information technology equipment and services company has been a tenant in the building since 2004. The asking rent was $68 per square foot. Newmark Knight Frank represented the tenant. The landlord, the Durst Organization, was represented in-house. 

Bankruptcy filings from the eastern and southern districts of New York are listed alphabetically. Stock transactions are insider transactions at New York companies obtained from Thomson Reuters and listed by size. Real estate listings are in order of square footage.

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