October 11, 2017
Anita Rogers Gallery will fill the 3,100-square-foot storefront at 15 Greene St. in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood. The upper floors of the six-story building are split into cooperative (co-op) apartments.
“The co-op gave us specific criteria for selecting a tenant for the retail space, and we were very pleased to arrange the lease with Anita Rogers Gallery, which was a perfect fit,” said Jon Kamali, associate director for Eastern Consolidated, which represented the co-op. Alexander Smith of Regal Acquisitions represented the tenant.
Co-op buildings are owned and managed by the owners of their apartments. The owners of the luxury co-op apartments at 15 Greene St. were looking for a quality retail establishment to fill the space underneath their multi-million-dollar co-op apartments.
The gallery space feature high ceilings and skylights — and is in a neighborhood surrounded by other art galleries.
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