Prime Retail Union Square/Greenwich Village – 4,450 SF with 2,720 SF Lower level
36 East 12th Street – Greenwich Village
-Beautiful landmark quality cast iron frontage -Ionic cast iron columns -Flagpole with visibility from Broadway - Dynamic Union Square location with access to the 4,5,6,N,Q,R and L trains with 35.25 million passengers annually - Union Square sees 385,000 daily visitors - High household income as well as NYU, Parsons, and New School student populations - Dry use preferred
$Negotiable /SF – Available Immediately
4,450 SF – Full Floor
36 East 12th Street Flyer
Greenwich Village, in New York
often simply called "the Village", is a largely residential
neighborhood on the west side of Downtown Manhattan in New York City. A
large majority of the district is home to wealthy and upper middle
class families. Greenwich Village, however, was known in the late 19th
to mid 20th centuries as an artists' haven, the bohemian capital, and
the East Coast birthplace of the Beat movement. What provided the
initial attractive character of the community eventually contributed to
its gentrification and commercialization. The neighborhood is bordered
by Broadway to the East, the Hudson River
to the West, Houston Street to the South, and 14th Street to the North.
The neighborhoods surrounding it are the East Village and NoHo to the
East, SoHo to the south, and Union Square, Flatiron, and Chelsea
to the North.
The Village's commercial character tends to be extensions of the bordering neighborhoods, from the Norther portion which essentially maintains the Office space charachter of Union Square office spaces and benefiting from the USQ transportation nexus of the subway lines. In the Southern portion fo the Village and along Broadway the spaces tend to be similar to SOHO office spaces and lofts in character with a few higher end office buildings interspersed into the mix.
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