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RM Friedland Named Exclusive Retail Agent For First Phase of RXR Realty’s 587 Main St.

RM Friedland is responsible for all professional services surrounding the leasing of the retail opportunities at the location, including but not limited to: in-depth market analysis, marketing of the premises, community outreach to locate/negotiate with interested parties, development of promotional and marketing plans/activities…

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RM Friedland named retail leasing agent for RXR’s New Rochelle project

RM Friedland has been named exclusive retail leasing agent for 587 Main St. in New Rochelle, a 28-story mixed-use tower expected to be completed in early 2019.The $120 million project is part of the first phase of the master redevelopment of the city’s downtown led by RDRXR at New Rochelle LLC, a joint venture of RXR Realty and Renaissance Downtowns…

 

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RM Friedland Gets Big Role at 587 Main Street, Part of RXR’s New Rochelle Master Redevelopment Plan

RM Friedland, the largest privately held commercial real estate brokerage company in Westchester, has been named the exclusive retail leasing agent for 587 Main Street, the first phase of RXR’s master redevelopment of downtown New Rochelle. 587 Main Street is planned as a 280-unit, mixed-use luxury residential rental project, which includes approximately …

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Getting in on the ground floor: RM Friedland Named Exclusive Retail Leasing Agent for 587 Main Street In New Rochelle

RXR broke ground on a 28-story mixed-use tower at 587 Main Street in November 2016. Located on the site of the former Loew’s Theatre in downtown New Rochelle, it will have 280 residential units. In January 2018, RXR announced that RM Friedland, a Westchester-based commercial real estate brokerage, will be the exclusive retail leasing agent for 587 Main…

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RM Friedland On The Latest Frontier in the Brick-and-Mortar War Against E-Commerce

Is retail real estate really dead? It’s true that online shopping has dealt major blows to traditional brick-and-mortar retailers. But while consumers are eager to skip simple errands with a point and click, there’s still demand for business models that require consumers to be physically present. As recent developments in Westchester real estate suggest, businesses that focus on providing consumers with a unique and engaging experience can secure a place in the future of retail…

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