Formerly a Popeye's eatery, the building at 108 Delancey Street in New York's bustling Chinatown occupies the best retail spot on Delancey Street, boasting 22 feet of highly visible frontage adjacent to Delancey Street subway station. Companies looking to rent office space or a fantastic retail opportunity will be keen to view these premises.
Adjacent to 1,000 planned residential units at Essex Crossing and close to the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, the planned Andy Warhol Museum and Essex Market, 108 Delancey Street offers entrepreneurs a full building identity in a part of New York City that enjoys year-round tourism.
The 4-story building at 108 Delancey Street in New York is just a few minutes walk from F-train and J, M and Z subway lines. Situated between New York's Delancey Street and Essex Street subway stations, this property sees heavy foot traffic pass by on a daily basis, 365 days a year.
Local retailers include Bank of America, Banco Popular, Chase, Dunkin' Donuts, Duane Reade, 7-Eleven, McDonald's, Payless, Starbucks and T-Mobile.
Offering both retail and office space opportunities, 108 Delancey Street in New York features a pale orange applied masonry facade with dark green window frames.
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