New York, NY – The financial services company will occupy a portion of the ground retail property.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Steven Soutendijk, Sean Moran, Molly Sandza and Patrick O’Rourke represented the landlord, The Olnick Organization, in the transaction. Annette Healey and Chris Heyn of CBRE represented Wells Fargo.
“The Cushman & Wakefield team is pleased to add Wells Fargo to the impressive roster of tenants at 1300 Third Avenue on behalf of The Olnick Organization,” said Molly Sandza of Cushman & Wakefield. “The prominent corner located at 75th Street and Third Avenue will ensure Wells Fargo’s continued success on the Upper East Side and add to the vibrant mix of national, local and amentity tenants on Third Avenue.”
“We are delighted to be able to add Wells Fargo to this prominent retail location,” added Seth Schochet, President of The Olnick Organization.
The retail property at 1300 Third Avenue is on a prime corner located along the busy Upper East Side retail corrider. The property is within walking distance to Central Park as well as several popular retail locations including Equinox, Morton Williams, Citarella, Maison Kayser, JG Melon, Sur La Table and Nordstrom Local with Target opening soon. The location is blocks away from the 77th and 72nd Street Subway Station with access to the M, Q, R and 6 trains.
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