Delancey Street, Lower East Side - Raw Retail Space

New York, NY


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3,750 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


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A Little About This Space

Downtown NYC “cool” meets "hip" Brooklyn on the Manhattan side of the 113-year-old Williamsburg Bridge - in what many might call the most happening and eclectic art and shopping district in town: the Lower East Side.

This large space on the highly trafficked Delancey Street is currently used as a temporary retail space. But with plenty of square footage and a creative mural exterior, this space has a lot of potential. The high ceilings, exposed ducts, and concrete floors mean the interior is unfinished and industrial. Making it endlessly customizable and flexible.

Whether it’s the weekend or the weekday, day or night, the neighborhood is busy with tourists visiting the Tenement Museum or Essex Market, the lunch crowd getting a nosh at Russ & Daughters, and fun seekers grabbing a drink at Hotel Chantelle or Max Fish. And the F train is only a two-block walk.


  • Lighting
  • Fitting rooms
  • Stock room

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Home Truths

This space is in a pretty unfinished and raw state, the amount of work you'll want to do will probably depend on the aesthetic of your brand.

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