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Sportswear Makers Relocate within Garment District

Evan Lieberman at Resolution Real Estate Partners, a member of NAI Global, arranged new leases for New Eagle Enterprises Inc. and Flyp Sportswear Inc. at 1385 Broadway. Working with Lieberman on both relocation leases was Michael Dylan of Inceptum, Inc.

New Eagle Enterprises, a sportswear and activewear manufacturer, took a seven-year lease for a 3,446-square-foot fashion office and showroom. Flyp Sportswear, best known for its FlyPaper Jeans and Firefly Jeans labels, committed to a 991-square-foot office and showroom for five years. 

“This is yet another example of how many businesses continue to regard the Garment District as the seminal center for all things related to fashion,” said Lieberman. “Less than two months ago, we arranged three other leases for garment businesses here. You can feel the renewed vibrancy each day.”  

Representing landlord B. Bros. Realty LLC on both transactions were Savitt Partners’ Brian Neurgeborn and Nicole Goetz.


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