Manhattan Skyline Management Corp. Inks Lease With Comerford Collection At 83 Main Street In Sag Harbor

Custom Collection Featuring Private Label Furniture, Contemporary Textiles, Lighting, Interior Accessories, and More Opens Second Location

Manhattan Skyline Management Corp., one of New York City's leading real estate organizations, is pleased to announce a new long-term lease with private label furniture purveyor, Comerford Collection at 83 Main Street in Sag Harbor. With a location currently operating on Main Street in Bridgehampton, this new location, which will be situated in the heart of the Village of Sag Harbor, marks the retailer’s second storefront. It is set to open early 2021.

The lease is for 488-square feet of ground-floor space with additional basement storage and 15 feet of frontage on Main Street off the Northeast corner of Washington Street. Formerly, the space was home to Palm Produce Resortwear. Joshua Roth, Senior Vice President of Retail for Manhattan Skyline Management Corp., handled the deal for the landlord in-house. There was no broker on the tenant side.

“Comerford Collection has been a coveted mainstay in the Hamptons for over two decades and we are thrilled to be a part of their continued expansion,” said Roth. “The brand’s decision to open a second storefront in a prime location in Sag Harbor is a testament to the collection’s evergrowing demand, as well as to the strength of the Village of Sag Harbor.”

Started by textile designer Karen Comerford, Comerford Collection opened its first shop in Bridgehampton in 1999 as a place in which to experiment with new designs and merchandising ideas. Joined later by Billy Knight and Mary Kohne, the clean-lined custom- made private label furniture, textiles and interior accessories are all defined by a modern, yet comfortable, aesthetic. 

“We look forward to our expanded presence in the Hamptons come early 2021,” said Comerford. “Sag Harbor’s Village’s business district is the perfect fit for our second location, and we’re so happy to call it our new home.”

Neighboring tenants include Sunny, Wildside, Goldberg's Famous Bagels, Sag Harbor Books, Satori, Buddha Berry Frozen Yogurt, Lulu Kitchen and Bar, Henry Lehr, Page Restaurant, American Hotel, LT Burger, Faherty, Sen, Schiavoni's Market, Onda Beauty, Flying Point Surf Boutique and Black Swan Antiques.

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