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Children’s Consignment Store Leases Brooklyn Space for Sixth Brick-and-Mortar Location

GoodBuy Gear, an online children’s consignment store for buying and selling quality baby and kid products, has signed a 6,500-square-foot lease for retail space and ground floor parking at 244 Butler St. in Brooklyn. The new outpost will serve as GoodBuy Gear’s sixth brick-and-mortar location in the country.  

A CBRE team of Brad Cohen and Allie Portera represented GoodBuy Gear in the lease negotiations with building ownership, 233 Nevins Street LLC. Jon Kamali and Jeremy Kamali of J3K Real Estate represented building ownership.

“Since its founding in 2016, GoodBuy Gear has grown exponentially and they required a new location in New York City to meet customers’ demands,” said Cohen. “The space at 244 Butler will allow the company to provide quality used baby and kids’ products to area families and will utilize the space for its accessory retail office and pickup operations.” 


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