Nothing Unusual About Food Bazaar Opening In East Harlem

June 20, 2019

ABS Partners Real Estate announced it secured a 45,885 s/f, 20-year pre-development lease for Food Bazaar at One East Harlem, a one-acre, mixed-use development located at 201 E. 125th Street reports REW Online.

The project, in East Harlem, will include 65,000 s/f of retail space and 404 units of housing upon completion.

Mark Tergesen and Joe Italiaander of ABS Partners represented Food Bazaar in the deal.

“This will be a game-changer for East Harlem as it brings a much-needed, large format grocery use to the corner of 125th Street and Third Avenue,” said Tergesen. “Food Bazaar is the right tenant at the right time for this location, which will now serve as an anchor for the East side where many different developments, some talked about for years, are now coming to fruition. The addition of this full-service grocer fills a void left by the closing of the local Pathmark in 2015 and will help spur further economic development.”

The Food Bazaar location will feature prominent frontage and a corner entrance at 125th Street. It will span two floors and contain dedicated parking in the lower level for both customers and staff.

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The Richman Group Development Corp., Bridges Development Group, Monadnock Development LLC, Hope Community Development Inc. and El Barrio Operation Fightback, collectively the developer of One East Harlem, recently broke ground on the mixed-use project.

The One East Harlem project was borne out of the East 125th Street Development, a revitalization plan created in partnership with the East 125th Street Development Task Force to bring affordable housing and quality jobs, as well as space for retail, arts and culture.

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