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Greystone Secures Retail Leases in Harlem, Brooklyn

Greystone has secured two long-term leases at its mixed-use properties in Harlem in Northern Manhattan and Park Slope in Brooklyn. Both leases were negotiated by Daniel D. DePasquale of Katz & Associates.

At 69 E. 125th St. in Harlem, Greystone leased 3,500 square feet to Detect, a COVID-19 data collection center. The retail space was previously occupied by the Mike Bloomberg presidential campaign.  

At 225 4th Ave. in Brooklyn, Greystone leased 1,850 square feet to UPS for 10 years, adding an important amenity for the residents of the 12-story, 63-unit property, which was completed in 2018.

“We are thrilled with the addition of UPS in Park Slope and Detect in Harlem – both services that are highly critical to living in New York City today and will provide added convenience to our tenants and the surrounding communities alike,” said Thomas Ryan, head of Greystone Development.

Pictured: 69 E. 125th St.


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