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Light-filled Storefront for Lease in South Williamsburg

APPROXIMATE Size: 650 sq ft
Neighborhood: Williamsburg
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Property Details
  • Approximate Size: 650 sf (Convert to Sq m)

  • Last Updated: July 27th, 2017

  • APPROXIMATE Size: 650 sq ft
    MONTHLY RENT: $3,000
    Neighborhood: Williamsburg

    650 sqft light-filled storefront in a beautiful brownstone in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Frontage and access to a chic and recently renovated full kitchen that features a Bertazzoni cooktop and oven, Bosch dishwasher, mini fridge, Italian espresso maker, and marble countertops. Located in South Williamsburg, around the corner from Marlow & Sons and Diner. Great coffee shop next door. One stop to Manhattan, a short walk from the Marcy JM train and right off the Williamsburg bridge. Ideal for creatives or up-and-coming brands looking for a presence in Brooklyn. *kitchen and bathroom is shared with the design firm renting the other half of the floor. Also available to rent in conjunction with the upstairs floor-thru live/work apartment. This is a sublease that can be rented short term or long term up through April 30, 2020 with the option to renew.


    Monthly Rent: $3,000

  • Approximate Size: 650 sf (Convert to Sq m)

  • Last Updated: July 27th, 2017


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    ABOUT Williamsburg

    Williamsburg is nestled between Greenpoint and Bedford-Stuyvesant, along the East River and extending east beyond the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway towards Bushwick. Since its gentrification, Williamsburg has blossomed as one of the city's most influential hubs for fashion, indie rock culture, and the local art community. Most blocks feature a diverse array of restaurants, coffee shops, bookstores, and other retail outlets. McCarren Park is North Williamsburg's crown jewel, boasting summer activities such as the weekend farmer's market, a community dog run, and a brand new public swimming pool. Various cultural activities take place along the waterfront as well, including the much celebrated Williamsburg flea market. During nice weather, many residents stroll over the Williamsburg Bridge to enjoy the Lower East Side and East Village of Manhattan. Williamsburg is also easily accessible by train (L, G, J, M, and Z) and the East River Ferry. Various car services and yellow cabs are increasingly present on Bedford and Metropolitan avenues, making travel to Manhattan even easier.