MetroPCS leases Harlem space

New York City Wireless service provider MetroPCS Communications has leased space in the Hillview Towers on West 145th St. in the New York City’s Sugar Hill section of Harlem.

The leasing team of Prudential Douglas Elliman secured the deal.

It is the second MetroPCS the team has brought to Harlem, with the first one at 555 Lenox Avenue earlier this summer. This new location places MetroPCS at the center of the retail portion of the luxury, full-service apartment building along a bustling major east-west transverse. Known as the “gem of Sugar Hill,” Hillview Towers has 236 cooperative residences, as well as 11 stores on the 145th Street side. The area’s vibrant retail corridor is already home to several national and local chains, including Pathmark, Starbucks, Duane Reade and New York Sports Club and such prominent banks as Bank of America, Capital One, Chase and Carver.

Adding to its central positioning, the store is adjacent to a transportation hub for the A, B, C and D subway lines.

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