Built in 1901, the 3-story building at 181 Bleecker Street in the sought-after Hudson Square neighborhood offers restaurateurs a great opportunity, but may also interest professionals hoping to rent office space near New York University.
Close to the bustling Washington Square Campus area, 181 Bleecker Street in New York sees heavy foot traffic on a daily basis. Currently built out as the Indian Taj restaurant, this retail space will suit many different businesses and the landlord will consider all uses.
Leased with a 10-year term, 181 Bleecker Street is located close to Washington Square Park, between Sullivan Street and Mac Dougal Street in Greenwich Village. Commuters can access New York's subway lines A, B, C, D, E, F, M and W at 4th Street and trains 1 and 2 at Houston Street station, both within walking distance.
The neighborhood also includes tenants like American Apparel, Bar Pitti, Payard Bakery, The Village Tavern, Amy's Bread, David's Tea, Duane Reade, Murray's Cheese and Rocco's.
The buff brick building at 181 Bleecker Street in New York makes an inviting first impression, boasting an eye-catching red and black storefront with large signage, perfect for a restaurant, cafe or office expecting to attract walk-in business.
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