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7-Eleven Expands Manhattan Presence

Katz & Associates is helping 7-Eleven grow its Manhattan footprint. Katz’s Scott Sher represented 7-Eleven for three new Manhattan locations, including two downtown, for a combined total of more than 8,000 square feet. The new convenience stores are slated to open in the first quarter of 2021.

The new 7-Eleven locations include:

• 675 Eighth Ave. (3,471 square feet); landlord represented by Colliers International’s David Green and Zach Nathan
• 800 Sixth Ave. (2,800 square feet); landlord represented by David Yablon of Katz & Associates
• 110 Church St. (2,500 square feet); landlord represented by Newmark’s Ross Berkowitz, Jake Siegel, and Andrew Stern

“7-Eleven is a great tenant in any real estate market, and they’ve been exceptional to work with during these unique and challenging times,” said Sher. “They are leveraging the opportunity to find new locations that in some cases may not have been available to them prior to the pandemic.”

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