By Corina Stef
Izaki Group Investments has signed a 4,500-square-foot lease with Fithouse in one of its Manhattan assets. The fitness brand will occupy space on the property’s ground and lower floors, in a former Crossfit ICE location.
The building is located at 93 Worth St. in the Tribeca neighborhood, in the vicinity of retailers, restaurants, waterfront piers and parks. Multiple subway and bus stations as well as trains provide easy access throughout the entire area. This is the third location that Fithouse opened in the borough this year.
Completed in 1934, the 174,000-square-foot asset previously served as an industrial facility. Following a 2013 residential conversion, it now encompasses 93 loft condominiums with high ceilings, 7-foot windows, roof deck, gym and 24-hour doorman.
Cushman & Wakefield Managing Director Brandon Singer and Senior Brokerage Coordinator Michael Cody represented the tenant in the lease transaction. The same team brokered Fithouse’s most recent Manhattan lease at 712 Broadway and 20 W. 14th St., respectively.
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