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Padel Haus to open fourth local location with Greenpoint site

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Padel Haus to open fourth local location with Greenpoint site

Tri State Commercial Realty is featured in New York Business Journal article Padel Haus to open fourth local location with Greenpoint site
(picture: Padel Haus founder and CEO Santiago Gomez (left) with the padel club’s exclusive broker, Max Talpalar, at one of its Williamsburg locations.)

Padel Haus plans to open its fourth location citywide by the end of the year, with a new site in Brooklyn. The padel club opened its first location in July 2022 in Williamsburg. Since then, it’s opened a second location in Williamsburg and one in Dumbo.

The new site will be in Greenpoint, in a 20,000-square-foot space at 12 Berry St. It will feature five courts with 28-foot ceilings, and space set aside for community programming. The lease was for 10 years. Asking rent was $70 per foot.

Tri State Commercial Realty’s Richard Babeck, Avi Akiva and Duvy Biller represented the landlord in the deal. “These are locations and concepts that don’t require the foot traffic that you would need on a main retail block,” Babeck said. “These are uses where people are going to go out of their way to visit because of the unique experience they are going to get there.”

Capricorn Retail Advisors’ Max Talpalar is the exclusive broker for Padel Haus and represented the padel club in the deal. “This sport is on fire worldwide,” Talpalar said. “It’s not a new sport by any means. Americans are just learning what the rest of the world already knows.”

Invented in Mexico in the 1960s, padel is played in doubles in an enclosed environment with rules similar to tennis. It’s been touted as one of the fastest-growing sports in the world.

Owned by Santiago Gomez, Padel Haus offers summer camp programs for kids and attracts a wide demographic, including retirees. “Being steps away from McCarren Park provides the perfect location for our members and guests who live in Greenpoint, Long Island City, the Upper East Side and northern Williamsburg,” Gomez said in an email. “It exposes us to a new community of tennis and pickleball players that frequent the park and that still don’t know it but will soon be converted to padel.”

Padel Haus also is slated to open a location in Nashville, Tennessee, this summer.

The Nashville location will be the first Padel Haus site outside of the New York market.

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