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. Retail space can be leased with the second floor office loft space. See listings section. 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.
SoHo is a thriving, fashionable neighborhood in New York City. An acronym for "South of Houston Street,” SoHo is historically tied to the artistic explosion of New York City and remains an important destination for fashion and the arts. It's distinguishable cast-iron building architecture and cobblestone streets make its lofts, commercial, retail and office spaces a haven for the city's young urban professionals and artists alike. Great opportunities for commercial class A, B and C office space with building amenities such as 24-hour doormen and access, dedicated elevators, sophisticated reception and conference areas, IT support, impressive views and large windows. Tenants looking to lease or sublease office space in this New York neighborhood can expect to rub shoulders with creative advertising, marketing, PR, and media companies as well as boutique hedge funds, asset managers, and law firms. Landmark buildings The Little Singer Building, The E.V. Haughwout Building, 109 Prince St, 112 Prince St and it’s Trompe L’oeil Mural are spread throughout SoHo. Major thorough fares include Spring, Prince, Wooster, Greene, Mercer, Thompson, Broadway Street and the Prince St. R,W, the Spring St., and the Broadway-Lafayette B,D,F,V Subway Stops.