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340 Saint Nicholas Ave

Harlem, New York, NY
Floors
12
Total Size
8,825 sqft
Lot Size
0 acres
Year Constructed
2011
Year Renovated
2009
Number of Buildings
1

About 340 Saint Nicholas Ave

Tenants looking for Central Harlem retail space or hoping to rent office space suitable for commissary, day care or similar uses should view 340 Saint Nicholas Avenue, New York, which is just two blocks from the busy 125th Street Shopping Center.

Retailers would enjoy ca. 70' on Saint Nicholas Avenue. The landlord of 340 Saint Nicholas Avenue, New York, will consider all uses, including restaurant space. The 12-story corner building overlooks bustling West 127th Street to one side.

Cafes, restaurants and grocery stores are within a few steps of the property. Commuters have easy access to New York’s subway lines A, B, C and D from 340 Saint Nicholas Avenue.

The 70,000 sqft. Balton Building is a mixed usage property with 156 residential units and was constructed in 2011. An adjacent residential tower with 70 units and close proximity to Saint Nicholas Park add to the high foot traffic this property enjoys, which is also within walking distance of CUNY-City College.

The attractive red, white and gray brick building at 340 Saint Nicholas Avenue, New York, boasts excellent window-lines and the architect has made great usage of decorative brickwork - different colored bricks denote corners, entrance and window outlines.

Internet Providers for 340 Saint Nicholas Ave

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

The Neighborhood: Harlem

Compared to the rest of the New York City market, the Harlem submarket has smaller rates, so you should have no trouble finding a great deal in this discounted region.

Median Rate Median Size
Harlem $38
/sqft/yr
5,000
sqft
Median Rate Median Size
New York City $66
/sqft/yr
3,370
sqft

Median Rate over Time in Harlem