In an exciting development for the Union Square neighborhood, Mark Gindi, representing Sutton Garrett Realty Associates, LTD, has secured a 10-year lease for a 4,500 square foot retail space located at 21 E 13th Street. The space will serve as the home for the highly anticipated Happy Go Lucky Exhibit, adding to the vibrant cultural landscape of the area. Situated between 5th Avenue and University Place, the property is strategically positioned at the base of Parsons The New School and just a block away from Union Square Park.
The leased retail space, spanning 4,500 square feet, will provide ample room for the Happy Go Lucky Exhibit. The generous area will allow for a versatile and captivating exhibition, accommodating various art forms and installations. Visitors can expect an immersive experience within the spacious venue, showcasing a diverse and dynamic collection.
The chosen location holds great significance due to its prime placement in Union Square. The neighborhood is renowned for its lively mix of residents, businesses, and educational institutions. With New York University and Parsons The New School nearby, Union Square serves as a hub for intellectual and creative activities.
Additionally, the proximity to Union Square Park adds to the appeal of the venue. The park serves as a vibrant gathering place for both locals and tourists, fostering a sense of community and providing a constant flow of foot traffic. This advantageous location ensures that the Happy Go Lucky Exhibit will benefit from the bustling energy of the area.
Union Square boasts a diverse range of establishments that will enhance the experience for visitors to the Happy Go Lucky Exhibit. Within the immediate vicinity, renowned dining establishments such as Sweetgreen, P.F. Chang's, and local coffee shops like Starbucks, La Colombe Coffee Roasters and Blue Bottle Coffee provide a variety of culinary options for attendees to enjoy.
For those seeking intellectual stimulation, the proximity to New York University and Parsons The New School offers the opportunity to explore academic and cultural events. The presence of these esteemed institutions further enriches the artistic and intellectual environment of Union Square.
Mark Gindi, representing Sutton Garrett Realty Associates, LTD, successfully negotiated a 10-year lease for the Happy Go Lucky Exhibit space at an asking rent of $125 per square foot. This lease agreement reflects the confidence in the Union Square neighborhood and its potential to support thriving cultural enterprises.
As Union Square continues to evolve as a center for art, education, and cultural exchange, the addition of the Happy Go Lucky Exhibit is set to solidify its status as a must-visit destination for residents and visitors alike. The exhibition will contribute to the neighborhood's cultural vibrancy and attract art enthusiasts from near and far, further cementing Union Square's reputation as a thriving hub of creativity and innovation.