Starbucks Signs Leases for Four More Shops in Manhattan
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NEW YORK CITY-Starbucks is expanding its presence in Manhattan with four more shops. The company will occupy 1,100 square feet at Rockrose Development's 135 John St.; 1,200 square feet at the Hakimian Organization's 1301 Ave. of the Americas; about 1,400 square feet at Paramount Group's 50 Lexington Ave.; and 1,050 square feet at 219 First Ave. on East 13th Street.
SCG Retail, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, RKF and CBRE were involved in the deals. For the full story, go to New York Post .
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