J. Crew, The Art of SpYn to open at Penn Quarter
Washington, D.C. — Douglas Development said that J. Crew and yoga and spinning studio The Art of SpYn will open at its Penn Quarter property, in Washington, D.C.
J. Crew is slated to open in August and The Art of SpYn is scheduled to open this spring.
J. Crew will occupy 3,044 sq. ft. on the ground floor and 5,581 sq. ft. on the lower level for a total of 8,625 sq. ft. in the Atlantic Building, which borders the historic Ford’s Theatre. The Art of SpYn, the city’s first combined indoor cycling and yoga studio, will also occupy two levels of space for a total of 5,272 sq. ft. and will feature two studios and a lifestyle retail boutique. These new tenants will join Anthropologie in the building.
Elijah Peters Optique to open Manhattan flagship
New York City — Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Retail Group said it has orchestrated a long-term lease for Elijah Peters Optique at 1039 Third Avenue, between 61st and 62nd Streets.
The luxury boutique represents the Elijah Peters Optique’s first U.S. flagship.
CBL names legal exec
Chattanooga, Tenn. — CBL & Associates Properties said it has appointed Jeff Curry as chief legal officer for the company.
Curry has been serving as interim chief legal officer for CBL since February 2012 and has served as an external legal advisor to CBL since 1986.
In his new role, Curry will oversee all of the company’s legal services, including real estate, corporate, securities and tax.