The Upper West Side project will offer 22-foot ground-floorceilings and glass storefronts with 200 feet of wraparoundfrontage. "There are very few spots in Manhattan that offer theexposure 2075 Broadway will and a design that offers incrediblevisibility," Robert K. Futterman, chairman and CEO of Robert K.Futterman & Associates, says in a statement. "2075 Broadway isa fabulous location to reach the young, affluent residents andshoppers of the Upper West Side." The firm is the exclusive leasingagent for the project.


A spokeswoman for Futterman tells that no leases forthe retail portion of 72nd and Broadway have been signed at thistime. She adds asking rent is $550 per foot for space on the groundfloor, $100 per foot for the mezzanine and $225 per foot for thesecond floor. The asking rents for the lower floor is $125 perfoot, she says, and $100 per foot for the sub-lower floor. Noprices have been set for the rental units as yet.


The Gotham Organization is developing the rental tower, which isdesigned by Handel Architects. 2075 Broadway is expected to becomplete by the fourth quarter 2009.

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