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Urban Retail

Urban retail space for lease

As our portfolio of best-in-class retail properties continues to grow, we continue to expand our urban retail offerings. These properties provide retailers with unique opportunities to reach urban shoppers where they work, live, and shop.

200 Lafayette

New York, New York

The exterior of the 200 Lafayette building entrance where visitors park their bikes on a sunny day in New York.

The seven-story building located in Manhattan's vibrant SoHo neighborhood recently underwent a $36 million renovation to feature approximately 31,000 square feet of showroom and retail space. 200 Lafayette offers investors the chance to access the fashion-forward shoppers who visit the area.

218 W. 57th Street

New York, New York

The property on 218 W 57th Street lights up the street at dusk for shoppers passing by.

Located in the heart of Billionaire’s Row, mere steps from Central Park, the Museum of Modern Art, and other attractions that draw millions of visitors per year, 218 W. 57th Street is a premier retail destination situated alongside some of the most iconic buildings in New York City.

530 Fifth Ave.

New York, New York

The corner of the 530 Fifth Avenue property is brightly lit up at night attracting shoppers and people walking by.

The retail portion of this impressive property spans 200 feet of Fifth Avenue in New York City, with approximately 58,000 square feet of space on the lower level, ground floor, and second floor. The building also offers more than 25,000 square feet of vacant space for lease.

605 N. Michigan Ave.

Chicago, Illinois 

The 605 N Michigan Ave property in Chicago, IL is busy with visitors and shoppers.

Tourists and residents are drawn to a wide variety of shopping and dining options on Chicago’s famed Magnificent Mile. 605 N. Michigan Avenue is an iconic building located across from The Shops at North Bridge alongside the new Sephora flagship store, and its tenants embrace the location at one of the most heavily trafficked intersections in the city.

685 Fifth Ave.

New York, New York

GGP's 685 Fifth Avenue property is lit up at dusk as traffic pass by the building

Situated in a prime location on the famed retail corridor, 685 Fifth Avenue commands one of the strongest branding opportunities in the country. High-end retailers include Coach and Stuart Weitzman flagship stores, which cater to millions of residents and tourists that visit New York City every year.

830 N. Michigan Ave.

Chicago, Illinois

At dusk, the shops at 830 N Michigan Ave shine brightly, including Topshop and Uniqlo.

Encompassing a six-story building that boasts approximately 126,000 square feet of leasable space, 830 N. Michigan Ave. features an impressive lineup of luxury brands and popular restaurants that draw millions of visitors each year, making it a top tourist destination on Chicago's renowned Magnificent Mile.

Miami Design District

Miami, Florida

Outside the Miami Design District at night, the store fronts are lit up and an outdoor common area is decorated with a fountain and flowers.

Offering an unparalleled opportunity to become part of the transformation of this historic region into a hub for luxury retail, The District spans 18 square blocks in the center of Miami, just minutes from South Beach.

One Union Square

San Francisco, California

At night, the exterior of One Union Square is illuminated by interior lights shining through large windows

Also known as the Bulgari Building, One Union Square is a seven story, 42,000-square-foot Class A, mixed office, and retail building located in one of the country's most famous shopping districts, with adjacencies such as Neiman Marcus, Louis Vuitton, Barneys New York, Dior Homme, and Salvatore Ferragamo.

730 Fifth Avenue - The Crown Building

New York, New York

On a busy street at night, the decorated Crown Building is lit up for visitors to see.

Located in the heart of one of the world's most distinguished and traversed destinations, The Crown Building in New York City is composed of 100,000 square feet of premium retail space and features a strong lineup of luxury retailers including Bulgari, Piaget, Mikimoto, and Zegna.