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328 Broome St

NoLita, New York, NY
Floors
6
Total Size
8,508 sqft
Lot Size
0 acres
Year Constructed
1900
Year Renovated
2008
Number of Buildings
1

About 328 Broome St

Multiple-use in nature, this commercial building rises 6 stories above the street and contains a mixture of rentable office space, retail space and residential space. The property is set in the Lower East Side of New York at 328 Broome Street.

A roll-down metal security gate protects the ground floor's retail unit outside of normal business hours. Signage space for the building's commercial tenant stretches the width of the structure, which provides lots of space for advertisement. Mounted lights illuminate the facade at night.

To the side of the commercial unit, there is a separate doorway that leads to the upper-floor units. With operable windows and individual air conditioning units, all of the residential tenants of 328 Broome Street are comfortable throughout the year.

Heavy foot and pedestrian traffic flows through the neighborhood in which this property is set. For those that drive, the Manhattan Bridge and FDR Drive are easily accessible. Public transportation users have quick access to the B, D, J and Z subway lines.

Very light gray brick covers the facade of 328 Broome Street, which gives the building a clean, modern look. White stone window ledges and white fencing along the roof complement the light exterior.

Internet Providers for 328 Broome St

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Stealth Communications Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/s
Time Warner Cable Cable
100 Mb/s
6 Mb/s
MegaPath DSL
25 Mb/s
1.5 Mb/s
Verizon New York DSL
10 Mb/s
1.5 Mb/s

The Market: New York City

Most listings are in the $60's per square foot per year. The New York City region is experiencing a a rise in rates. In the last 3 months, the median rate rose $0 per sqft per year. That's a 1% rise in rent.

Median Rate Median Size
$66
/sqft/yr
3,300
sqft

Median Rate over Time in New York City