Retail Flagship Opportunity – 3,770 SF with 40' of Frontage
155 West 18th Street – Chelsea
Stunning architectural frontage with 9 foot high double glass door entry and two large display windows. Delivered in shell condition with new frontage and internal staircase to the storage lower level. Amazing block with adjacencies ranging from West Elm, Bo Concept and Lazzoni to Lefroy Brooks and many other retailers on the block including Rouge Tomate coming soon.
$130/SF – Available Immediately
3,770 SF – Partial Floor
Just steps from Barney's,Room & Board, Bed, Bath & Beyond, The Container Store, Jensen Lewis, Pottery Barn and Williams Sonoma.
3,770 SF Ground FLoor with a 1,188 SF Lower Level space.
Chelsea is a neighborhood on
the West Side of Manhattan. The district's boundaries are roughly 14th
Street to the south, 30th Street to the north, the western boundary of
the Ladies' Mile Historic District which lies between the Avenue of
the Americas and Seventh Avenue to the east, and the
Hudson River and West Street to the west. To the north of Chelsea is
the neighborhood of Hell's Kitchen, also known as "Clinton", to
the northeast is the Garment District, to the east are NoMad and the
Flatiron District, to the southwest is the Meatpacking District and to
the southeast is the West Village.
The retail stores of Chelsea reflect the ethnic and social diversity of the area's population. Ethnic restaurants, delis and clothing boutiques are plentiful. Tekserve, a vast Apple computer repair shop, serves nearby Silicon Alley and the area's large creative community. The Chelsea Lofts district the former fur and flower district is located roughly between Sixth and Seventh Avenues from 23rd to 30th streets. Read more
Most recently, Chelsea has become an alternative shopping destination with Barneys CO-OP - which replaced the much larger original Barneys flagship store - Comme des Garcons, and Balenciaga boutiques, as well as being near Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Christian Louboutin. Chelsea Market, on the ground floor of the former Nabisco Building, is a destination for food lovers.
Since the mid-1990s, Chelsea has become a center of the New York art world, as art galleries moved there from SoHo. From 16th Street to 27th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues, there are more than 350 art galleries that are home to modern art from upcoming artists and respected artists as well. Along with the art galleries, Chelsea is home to the Rubin Museum of Art - with a focus on Himalayan art, the Chelsea Art Museum, the Graffiti Research Lab and the Dance Theater Workshop a performance space and support organization for dance companies. The community, in fact, is home to many highly regarded performance venues, among them the Joyce Theater one of the city's premier modern dance emporiums and The Kitchen a center for cutting-edge theatrical and visual arts.
With a change in zoning resolution in conjunction with the development of the High Line, Chelsea has experienced a new construction boom, with projects by notable architects such as Shigeru Ban, Neil Denari, Jean Nouvel, and Frank Gehry.
Some text and images from List of Manhattan Neighborhoods at Wikipedia under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.