"Give my regards to Broadway, remember me to Herald Square."
More than a century after those immortal words were written by George M. Cohan, America's retailers have no trouble remembering Herald Square. They are flocking there as never before, which is understandable since it boasts the world's largest store - the Macy's flagship - and the heaviest pedestrian foot traffic in all of New York City with peak counts of more than 15,000 people per hour. It's in the center of one of Manhattan's busiest transportation hubs (with direct access to Penn Station, the PATH and nine subway lines), servicing 83 million riders annually. Furthermore, area retailers benefit significantly from the outstanding media coverage and brand exposure provided by the legendary Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Such a long list of advantages, however, equates to a very limited list of space availabilities. That's why we're excited to offer two outstanding big-box, multi-floor retail availabilities; one at The Herald Square Building (1350 Broadway) and the other at 3 Herald Square (1333 Broadway). Here are the details:
Triple-Corner, Three-Level Branding Opportunity At The Herald Square Building (1350 Broadway)
At The Herald Square Building, a 25,000-square-foot space (subdivisions available) occupies the entire blockfront on the north side of Herald Square, directly opposite Macy's. The space includes part of the ground, second and lower levels, with 20-foot ceiling heights on the ground level. Most spectacularly, the space offers large storefront windows on three sides and more than 300 feet of wrap-around signage with unobstructed views from Broadway, Sixth Avenue (including Macy's) and Herald Square Park.
Flagship Opportunity at 3 Herald Square (1333 Broadway)
Across from 1350 Broadway and next door to Macy's is 3 Herald Square, where a rare three-level, 62,000-square-foot space (subdivisions available) is now on offer. The block offers 500 feet of wrap-around frontage on Broadway, 35th and 36th Streets, with exceptional visibility. Neighbors include Madison Square Garden, Penn Station, Manhattan Mall and many national retailers.
For more information about either of these unique opportunities or to arrange a tour, please contact Andrew Goldberg of CBRE at 212-984-8155 or firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, 100% commissions are paid upon signings.
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