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Schott NYC Relocates Retail Store to KPG Funds’ 32 Howard

KPG Funds and Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation have leased retail space at 32 Howard St. in SoHo (a/k/a HOWARDXCROSBY) to Schott NYC. Plans for the retail store include a gut renovation and upgrade from the leather jacket brand’s existing New York location on Elizabeth Street in Nolita, where they have been for the past decade.

The tenant intends on designing the new store to captivate the senses of aficionados of Americana.  When completed, there will be approximately 2,500 square feet of prime luxury ground-floor retail.

“We are thrilled to have Schott NYC relocate to our building,” said Matthew Flotta, senior director, ESG & portfolio operations at Intercontinental. “Schott NYC is an icon in the menswear fashion and design industry, and we are thrilled about their plans to create a special one of a kind retail experience in SoHo.”


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