High-End Clothing Brand Faherty Signs Uptown Space

Newmark Retail announces it has accomplished a 4,400-sq.-foot lease for upscale clothing brand name Faherty at 1175 Madison Avenue on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Newmark Vice Chairman Ariel Schuster and Associate Director Jason Wecker represented the building’s coop-possession board in the transaction. Faherty was represented by Michael Leifer and Isabel Solmonson Cohen of Runyon Team, with Trent Merrill and Sarah Schutter, Principals of Triple R Team.  

“The signing of Faherty to the Higher East Facet carries on the craze we’ve been witnessing where shops are on the lookout to find nearer to wherever folks live thanks to the lively foot visitors and activated streetscapes,” reported Wecker. “We consider a trendy, younger manufacturer like Faherty will do terrific in this scorching submarket with its best corner area that specifically targets their principal client base.”

The boutique retail area will home the brand’s new flagship locale at the northeast corner of East 86th Street. The space—formerly occupied by Williams Sonoma for about 30 years—offers 135 ft of wraparound frontage on East 86th Street and Madison Avenue. The new lease includes 2,400 square feet of ground-amount area and 2,000 sq. ft of basement room.

“We’re excited to be escalating our presence in NYC! We love this city, and the Higher East Side is this sort of a terrific family community,” explained Alex Faherty, co-founder of Faherty. “This legendary corner with its sturdy foot visitors and enough frontage will be an wonderful flagship area.” 

1175 Madison Avenue is found at the epicenter of a dense, affluent household neighborhood just two blocks from the 4, 5 and 6 subway strains at East 86th and Lexington Avenue. The spot is undergoing a renewal of its retail choices, with new tenants opening in the neighborhood to meet up with growing household desire. Neighborhood tenants involve Butterfield Industry, Peloton, Roller Rabbit, James Perse, Madewell, LoveShackFancy and Zadig & Voltaire.

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