2,000 SF Corner Retail space for lease in Williamsburg!

130 Graham Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11206

130 Graham Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11206
130 Graham Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11206
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Apr 22, 2021


Description

2,000 SF Corner Retail space for lease in Williamsburg!

Highlights:
-Corner space
-Divisible
-Vanilla box

Located in Williamsburg, short walk to the Montrose Ave transit stop.

Public Transit: L train at Montrose Ave.

Nearby local tenants:
-Bank of America, Popular Bank, Chase Bank, Dunkin', SEY Coffee, Cross County Savings Bank, Hungry Ghost Coffee, Starbucks, Variety Coffee Roasters, Think Coffee, Flushing Bank, Dime Community Bank, Bravo Supermarkets, Key Food Supermarkets, CTown Supermarkets.

Building Size: 10036sq ft
Building Class: A
Lot Size: 0.06 acres

Units for Lease

130 Graham Ave
Space Available: 2000 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Map of 130 Graham Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11206

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