5 300 sqft
Bar & Restaurant
Every year, millions of people visit the area south of Houston Street to get a touch of that SoHo glamor. They know that this historical district is full of Instagrammable side streets that contain only-in-New-York moments. Whether it’s finding the perfect pair of shoes or the perfect date, locals and tourists know that SoHo is the ultimate destination.
On busy Grand Street, an egg-and-dart facade and floor-to-ceiling windows showcase a clean and contemporary space amidst some quirky yet stylish elements left over from the previous retail tenant. Features include high ceilings, cast iron columns, exposed-brick walls, hardwood floors and tear-shaped suspended lights (plus a pastoral mural, and yellow-gold geometric wall paper that can stay or go as you prefer). There’s plenty of natural light in this former Ted Baker and even more usable space.
Since it’s in the center of SoHo, this shop is close to all of the transportation in the area, including A/C/E/1/6/N/R trains and buses within a few minutes walk.
Space: Windows along Mercer plus 2 Grand Street Windows (please see Exhibit A). No interior space.
OCCUPANT acknowledges that prior to Commencement Date, a separate event is occurring at the Space, which will result in superficial alterations. OCCUPANT shall accept the Space as is following the prior event.
OCCUPANT agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Landlord from any damages, fees, penalties, fines or other costs resulting from the placement or removal of advertisements installed by OCCUPANT. OCCUPANT agrees to cure any and all violations caused by signage.
OCCUPANT states that it has made a thorough inspection of the Space and agrees to take the same in its condition “as is” as of the date hereof and OWNER shall have no obligation to alter, improve or decorate the Space for OCCUPANT’s use and occupancy. OCCUPANT shall not make or allow any alterations, installations, improvements, additions or other physical changes in or about the Space without OWNER’s prior consent, which consent may be withheld at OWNER’s sole discretion.
OWNER and its Agents are allowed to show the space during the event.
OCCUPANT shall provide the owner a set of plans for approval.
Insurance requirement is General liability insurance coverage in the amount of $3M aggregate / $1M per occurrence. Insured to “Man Yun Real Estate Corp.”
Tenant is responsible for all rubbish removal.
There are protective films currently on the windows, if OCCUPANT elects to remove them, OCCUPANT is responsible for replacing the protection film after the event. OCCUPANT is responsible for replacing any windows damaged or altered.
OCCUAPNT is responsible for any damage done to the exterior or interior of the space.
OWNER shall be allowed to license/rent any and all of the interior space during OCCUPANT’s event.
There shall be no signage on any lobby windows. OCCUPANT can place on the designated windows as defined in the contract Exhibit A of which does not include lobby (to the office upstairs) to ensure it does not affect the rest of the tenants upstairs above.
Exhibit A (picture)
The interior of the 107 Grand St. location will be used primarily for the windows facing the street. The current vision is to use the corner windows, on both Grand and Mercer, by installing a large LED display in each window, facing the outside. Small cameras will be installed pointing outside, in order to capture the street scene in real-time. Additionally, the other windows will be covered in vinyl wraps to brand the space, and obscure the view from the street to the inside.
The interior of the space will be primarily used as a production space for key creative and production crew (approximately 20) to monitor and orchestrate the activation. This will also act as the staging area for the printing of customized shoe boxes which will be given to a small number of people on the day of the activation. We will setup tables and chairs as an ad hoc work space. A simple, light-footprint BTS capture will take place on the street as well as potentially within the space.
From the street, pedestrians will see large LED screens, showing a live video video of the street scene, performing real time analysis of the people in view. This will identify people’s whose attire is an exception to the norm and will call them out in a positive way. Highlighting what is unique about their style.
This space was combined with the one next door to create a huge store for the last tenants, the landlords are now dividing the spaces in two. However, some of the other space can be seen in the images, so it's best viewed for a clear idea of the space.
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