Broadway is one of Tribeca’s main retail corridors surrounded by beautiful cast-iron architecture that evokes a sense of history and place. Surrounded by busy offices, retail stores, restaurants, galleries and more, this versatile white-boxed retail space to rent sits in the intersection of Tribeca, City Hall and the City, State and Federal Court Buildings. In a newly constructed luxury building, this space has a marble facade, 36 feet of glass frontage onto Broadway, 17 feet high ceilings, a mezzanine area and a basement, too.
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Amenities (4 available)
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The ceiling is very high (17 feet tall, to be exact) and exposed. Dress the walls appropriately with artwork and shelving or hang statement pendant lights to make the space seem more welcoming.
Monday to Friday: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Weekend: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Hours of Construction: 9 am - 4 pm
The space will be delivered by the licensor in a clean condition with a working bathroom.
Certificate of Insurance: indicating that licensee has $2 million of
comprehensive general liability insurance coverage, and $1 million of
property coverage. Both policies should name landlord as additional
insured (Arisa 5 Franklin LLC, Shushana LLC and Lipkis Family LP)
1. Licensee agrees to take space in present condition.
2. Licensee shall be responsible for their own garbage collection and
disposal. This includes, but is not limited to calling a commercial
3. Licensee acknowledges that the premises does not have internet
connection. Licensee is responsible for connecting and disconnecting
internet connection if they choose to install it. Licensee is responsible
for all costs of internet connection and any damage caused by connection
4. Licensee acknowledges that the premises does not have air conditioner
and heat. Licensee can bring in an air conditioner/fan and heater at their
own expanse. Licensee will review plans with Owner. Licensee is responsible
for removable of AC/fan or heating system. Licensee is responsible for
damage caused by installation and removal of AC, fan and/ or heating
5. Licensee shall inform Owner of what type of work they are planning on
doing (such as, but not limited to painting, construction like building
walls/floors, etc.) and materials they will be using. Licensee notes that
they cannot hang/bolt items/construction materials to ceiling and/or floor.
6. Licensee shall be responsible for returning space to white box
condition (or condition it was given to licensee in) at end of lease. Any
work done in the space needs to be removed and/or fixed. This includes but
is not limited to painting the space back to white, fixing damages,
removing construction, removing garbage, etc.
7. If Licensee does not remove all items, furniture, equipment, goods,
etc. prior to or at the end or the term, OWNER reserves the right to remove
items at cost to Licensee.