1,100 SF | 812 Broadway | Vanilla Box Retail Space for Lease in New Development

812 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11206

812 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY, 11206
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Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Jan 31, 2024


  • Near one of the busiest hospitals, Woodhull Hospital
  • Strong co-tenancy
  • New development
  • Vanilla box condition
  • Heavy foot traffic
  • Steps from the train hub
  • 2,500 SF lower level


Retail space available on a dense, national tenant block right off of the Flushing Ave subway station with tons of foot and car traffic.

Located in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn between Ellery St & Marcus Garvey Blvd near the Flushing Ave subway station.

Nearest Transit: J & M at Flushing Ave and the B47, B15, B46, B57, & B43 bus lines.

Nearby tenants include Planet Fitness, Walgreens, Starbucks, Chipotle, Rainbow Shops, Taco Bell, McDonald's, Family Dollar, Auntie Anne's, Sonic Drive-In, Dunkin', Chase Bank, Foot Locker, and more!

Building Size: 28286sq ft
Lot Size: 0.13 acres


Custom Brochure - 2023

Units for Lease

812 Broadway
Space Available: 1100 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

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