KZA Realty Group recently closed three commercial leases in the Bronx, a borough that is seeing bustling real estate activity in all sections.
“Businesses large and small are contributing to a renaissance in the Bronx by bringing jobs and vitality to their neighborhoods,” said Kathy Zamechansky, president of KZA Realty. “There has never been a better time to take advantage of everything that the borough has to offer.”
A former Radio Shack location at 3587 East Tremont Avenue includes a parking lot with room for 10 cars that will be shared with the neighboring Bruckner Hobbies store.
Owner Gianmarie Realty signed a 10-year lease for the 2,056 square foot space with Lam Mark Trading of Flushing, Queens. Kathy Zamechansky represented both parties.
Co-op City continues to see continued interest in its commercial properties. Green Earth Apothecary, a health food store that will carry vitamins, supplements, herbs, soaps, books and reflexology products, is coming to 153 Dreiser Loop.
They also customize herbal formulations to address high blood pressure, weight loss, asthma, stress reduction and postpartum protocols.
The five-year lease on the 1,161 square foot space includes a five-year renewal option. Zamechansky represented the owner, Riverbay Corp. Sherry Scanlon and Zamechansky at KZA Realty represented the lessee, Bridget Bonaparte, a resident of Co-op City.
At 469 East 147th Street (also known as 493 Brook Avenue), BX Properties Realty and Blue Sky Development Partners signed five-year lease with a one year renewable option for the 700 square foot space located in a new affordable housing complex. Zamechansky represented the buyer and the lessee, also represented by Sherry Scanlon at KZA Realty.
Blue Sky, a real estate development, consulting and brokerage businesses, focuses on assembling development sites for affordable housing and non-profit real estate deals in the Bronx.