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CBRE Adds Joe & The Juice at NoMad Asset

International juice/coffee bar chain Joe & the Juice signed an 858-square-foot lease on the ground floor of the newly-renovated 1165 Broadway in NoMad. Joe & the Juice plans to open in the summer of 2020.

The CBRE team of Amira Yunis, Anthony Stanford, Henry Rossignol and Elliot Ferris represented the building owner, David Haddad, and acted on behalf of Joe & the Juice in the lease negotiations.

“1165 Broadway was the ideal location for Joe & the Juice’s national expansion plans in NYC, boasting a highly visible retail space in one of the city’s most vibrant corridors with pedestrian traffic seven days a week,” said Yunis. “In addition to the newly-renovated retail space, the juice bar will benefit from the neighborhood’s incredible growth over the past few years, and its close proximity to several hotels, businesses and shopping destinations.”

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