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Veterinary Care Provider to Open at Resnick’s Luxury Tribeca Condos

URvet Care, a new veterinary services provider, will open its first Lower Manhattan clinic on the ground floor of 200 Chambers St., a luxury residential condominium tower originally developed by Jack Resnick & Sons in 2007. The 10-year lease for 2,563 square feet brings 200 Chambers’ retail condo to full occupancy. 

The 200 Chambers location, slated to open late this fall, is one of four inaugural URvet locations. “The residential neighborhoods of Tribeca and Lower Manhattan have continued to grow and flourish in the 15 years since we completed 200 Chambers,” said Jonathan Resnick, president of Jack Resnick & Sons. “More people means more pets, which makes URvet Care a perfect addition to the local community.” 

Winick Realty Group’s Lee Block and Amanda Lagowitz represented URvet Care. Ownership was represented in-house by Brett Greenberg and Fran Delgorio, along with Newmark Retail’s Ariel Schuster, Ross Berkowitz, Andrew Stern and Jake Siegel. 

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