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Popular Brooklyn Heights eatery Kogane Ramen took space in the Meatpacking District to open up its second location in the city, brokers on the deal announced.
Meridian Retail Leasing, the retail leasing division of Meridian Capital Group, has arranged a long-term lease for Vite Vinosteria, an Astoria-based restaurant at 190 East Second Street on the border of the East Village and Alphabet City.
James Famularo and Greg Goldberg of Meridian Retail Leasing, the retail leasing division of Meridian Capital Group, have arranged a short-term lease for public relations agency DLX Paris at 62 Grand St. in SoHo. Famularo and Goldberg represented the landlord in this transaction and serve as president of New York Retail Leasing, and director, respectively. Thomas Mahl of Susan Penzner Real Estate represented the tenant.
James Famularo and Eliot Goldschmidt of Meridian Retail Leasing, the retail leasing division of Meridian Capital Group, have arranged a 2,000-square-foot, 15-year lease for the Grand Canyon Diner at 143 Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights. It will be owner Gonzalo Carreto’s third restaurant in Brooklyn overall, and the second location for Grand Canyon Diner, which also operates in Park Slope.
The owner of Grand Canyon Diner—an American eatery in Park Slope, Brooklyn—will be opening a second location at 143 Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights, Commercial Observer has learned.
Meridian Capital Group is rolling out a retail leasing division, Meridian Retail Leasing, with James Famularo (pictured) leading the new division’s New York City platform. It will represent both landlords and tenants, and plans call for scaling up via recruitment.
Eastern Consolidated’s James Famularo will be heading Meridian Capital’s new retail leasing division. Famularo and his team of sales agents will start at Meridian next month, Commercial Observer reported. His title will be president of retail leasing — and he’ll work out of the 800 Third Avenue office, where the investment sales team is located. “Everyone…
James Famularo has found a new place to hang his hat—at Meridian Capital Group—before his former firm, Eastern Consolidated closes up shop, Commercial Observer has learned. Famularo, along with his team of sales agents, will start at Meridian next month, helming the 27-year-old firm’s new retail division.