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Retail Space and Second Floor Office

APPROXIMATE Size: 4,800 sq ft
Neighborhood: Soho
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(415) 342-8067
Property Details
  • Approximate Size: 4,800 sf (Convert to Sq m)

  • Last Updated: February 20th, 2017

  • APPROXIMATE Size: 4,800 sq ft
    MONTHLY RENT: Withheld
    Neighborhood: Soho

    RETAIL: This expansive retail space has 15' ceilings and is 25' wide. Built in 1873, the building is equipped with HVAC and an updated sprinkler system. Private bathroom, hardwood floors, brick walls and a large, finished storage basement. There is a skylight in the back of the retail space that can be exposed. The front windowed section can be re-faced with large-pane windows. See architect's elevations. 2ND FLOOR: Retail space can be leased with the second floor office loft space. This space has not been available for 20 years and has been the studio space for a fashion photographer and editor. Open office loft space with three exposures and 14' ceilings. Owner prefers a single user for the retail + second floors but will consider a low-foot-traffic creative tenant on the second floor. Hardwood floors, brick walls can be exposed, private bathroom, storage, kitchenette possible. Building has a manual elevator but it is officially reserved for the residential tenants and may only be used upon request on a case-by-case basis. 435 Broome is situated in the Soho Cast-iron Historic district. Neighbors include Soul Cycle, Rick Owens, The Reformation, Opening Ceremony, AYR, Bonobos, Saturdays, Canvas Homes, Pirch, Maiyet, Drybar, Marc Jacobs Int'l, La Esquina and Cafe Select.


    Monthly Rent: Withheld

  • Approximate Size: 4,800 sf (Convert to Sq m)

  • Last Updated: February 20th, 2017


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