Jeweler Ted Muehling Finds New Shop Space in Tribeca
Newmark Retail completed a 4,400–square-foot lease with high-end jeweler Ted Muehling at 104 Franklin St. in Lower Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. Managing director Andrew Stern and director Ravi Idnani represented asset owner Magna & York.
Ted Muehling has been designing jewelry and decorative objects since 1976. The jeweler, a longtime tenant of downtown, first had a shop on Greene Street, then Howard Street, and most recently at 52 White St. With an upcoming lease expiration and a desire to remain in Northeast Tribeca, 104 Franklin provided the exterior and interior aesthetic Muehling sought.
“Tribeca’s Art District is becoming one of the hottest destinations for art galleries and showrooms, and we believe his design studio will be a great fit,” said Stern. “We’ve been very active in the neighborhood, and this deal marks over 30 new retail transactions we’ve completed in Tribeca since the onset of COVID-19.”
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).