Exclusive: Ryan Ramelow inks deal for SoHo retail space

Ryan Ramelow, a high-end hatmaker, has secured his first Manhattan retail location. 

The 950-square-foot space is at 107 Sullivan St. between Prince and Spring Streets in SoHo.

His first hat making studio was at 648 Broadway, which he opened in 2018 after ending his career in real estate finance. 

Ramelow’s store includes 10 feet of store frontage along Sullivan Street and ground floor and basement level space. The store is expected to open by the end of the summer. 

Manhattan Skyline Management’s Joshua Roth represented the landlord inhouse. 

“Ryan is a true craftsman with an eye for superb quality, and we know his stylish offerings and personal service will appeal to SoHo’s discerning shoppers,” Roth said. 

The space, formerly occupied by Spring Dry Cleaner, is located at the base of one of the 10-building Sullivan Mews apartment complexes, owned by Manhattan Skyline. With a total of 155 units, layouts in the Mews span studio, one- and twobedroom floorplans. 

Over the past year, Manhattan Skyline has actively inked deals for Lower Manhattan spaces.

Notable past deals include KES, a eco-friendly womenswear brand who secured a 1,000-square-foot space at 339 West Broadway in January; Two Kids and a Dog, a children’s retailer that opened its second 920-sqaure-foot location in Tribeca at 275 Greenwich St. in November of last year; and German School of Manhattan, which signed its second lease in Tribeca at 85 Warren St. 

Neighboring tenants include Ariana Bohling, The Dutch, Blue Ribbon Sushi, Global Table, Alidoro, Anonymous, JDR and Company, Sullivan Street Baker, and La Colombe.  

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