Providing retailers with 75' frontage on Orchard Street and 33' frontage on Delancey Street in New York's fashionable NoLita, 86 Delancey Street is situated directly across the street from the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, a much-loved tourist attraction. Companies looking to rent offices space that attracts walk-in business will also be keen to view this entire building opportunity.
Occupying the bustling northeast corner along the entrance and exit to New York's Williamsburg Bridge, 86 Delancey Street boasts highly visible frontage along one of the best retail corners in the Lower East Side. The building is within one block of the planned Essex Crossing Development & Lowline Project and just steps from subway line access to trains F, J, M and Z.
Five new hotels projects can be found within 3 blocks of 86 Delancey Street, which offers retailers and office-based tenants the chance to gain a foothold in one of New York's primary retail corridors.
The former Rox Gallery is surrounded by tenants like Starbucks, Bank of America, McDonald's, Sol Moscot and Cohen's Optical to name but a few.
Featuring an eye-catching black facade, the low-rise building at 86 Delancey Street in New York represents a fantastic opportunity.
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