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Connecticut Ice Cream Parlor Comes to Upper East Side

Dubl Twister, a family-owned ice cream and coffee shop based in Connecticut, is opening its first New York City location on the Upper East Side. Meridian Retail Leasing has arranged the long-term lease at 1443 York Ave.

The firm’s James Famularo and Ben Biberaj represented the landlord. Jill Lovatt of Cushman and Wakefield advised the tenant, which operates four locations in Connecticut’s Fairfield and New Haven counties.

The space spans 650 square feet and features 30 feet of frontage in a dense residential neighborhood that benefits from heavy foot traffic. It’s also in close proximity to an array of popular neighbors, including Gotham Pizza, New York Health and Racquet Club, the New York Public Library, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, and Sotheby’s.

1443 York additionally offers convenient access to the 6 train at the 77th Street Station, the Q subway line at the 72nd Street station, and FDR Drive.

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