Manhattan Skyline Management Corp. Welcomes Golden Goose To 33 Newtown Lane

Manhattan Skyline Management Corp., one of New York City's leading real estate organizations, has signed a lease with Golden Goose Deluxe Brand,a trendy Italian sneaker retailer, on their newest store location at 33 Newtown Lane in East Hampton. The fast-growing and popular retailer is expected to open later on this summer. The store will feature 2,000-square-feet of ground floor space and 21-feet of frontage on Newtown Lane.

“East Hampton is known for its many high-end brands and retailers, and a greatly sought-after shopping destination for style-savvy Long Islanders, Hamptonites and Manhattanites alike,” said Joshua Roth, Vice President, Retail Leasing for Manhattan Skyline Management Corp.“Golden Goose will be a terrific addition to the vibrant blend of retailers that reside along this fashionable thoroughfare, which receives great foot traffic.”

Golden Goose’s newest neighboring tenants include Scoop Du Jour, Orlebar Brown, Zimmermann, Club Monaco, James Perse, John Varvatos, Theory, Tory Burch, Oliver Peoples, Brunello Cucinelli, Eileen Fisher, Henry Lehr, Eli Tahari, Oro Gold and Aerin.

Golden Goose’s reputation as a trend-setting seller of hip sneakers has driven its rapid global expansion. The retailer operates two stores in Manhattan already. The 33 Newtown location will become its first retail location in the Hamptons.

Manhattan Skyline Management, the landlord, was represented on the leasing transaction by Joshua Roth. The tenant was represented by Dan Harroch of Thor Retail Advisors.