The Mann Report shares news of Lori Shabtai's exciting 17 East 27th Street

Mann Report, August 7, 2017

Lori Shabtai of TOWN Commercial announced the official leasing launch of 17 East 27th Street, the new cutting-edge commercial property located at the crossroads of Madison Square Park, the Flatiron District, and NoMad. Alongside her new partner and rising star Rachel Rainaldi, Lori has been tapped by Centaur Properties, New York City's premier real estate investment, development and management firm, to exclusively market the 4,300-square-foot space. 

Situated on the ground floor, the space features approximately 50 feet of storefront frontage, as well as a unique, retro grandfathered sign and awning potential. With soaring 19-foot ceilings and original exposed brick walls inside, the space can be divided into a series of private offices or remain an inviting, open layout - perfectly poised to accommodate an infinite amount of commercial opportunities, whether in the restaurant, retail, school, office or medical sectors, or to host an emerging brand in need of a collaborative, dynamic venue. 

"I am incredibly honored and thrilled to introduce this extraordinary opportunity to the universe of creative global entrepreneurs in every sector," shared Lori Shabtai of TOWN Commercial. "The breakthrough space is most simply where someone's next adventure will become a reality in the ever-bustling neighborhood where countless other restaurants and corporations have done the same."  

"Now in this post-Internet and Amazon era, The New York City real estate market is miles from where it has been. 17 East 27th Street is the new definition of the retail market in New York City, where the latest global experiential trends will surely materialize." 

A testament to the space's fluidity, Lori plans to host pop-up galleries and Fashion Week events inside the space prior to signing a full lease. 


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