4,293 - 14,919 SF | 295 Front St | Prime Retail Space

295 Front St Brooklyn, NY 11201

295 Front St, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
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Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Sep 07, 2023


Vanilla box
13 ft ceilings
Tons of sunlight
Great branding opportunity
The ground floor can have private access to outdoor space at grade level

Ground + Outdoor Space: 14,919 SF
Lower Level: 4,293 SF

Located in the Vinegar Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn between Gold St & Hudson Ave near the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, & the York St subway station.

Nearby transit: F train at York St and the B62 & B67 bus lines.

Nearby tenants include Lifetime Fitness, Vinegar Hill House, Cafe Gitane, Evil Twin Brewing, Westville, Bread and Spread, Timeout Market, Wegmans, Bank of America, Equinox, Chase Bank, West Elm, and more!

Building Size: 75500sq ft
Lot Size: 0.3 acres



Units for Lease

Ground Floor + Outdoor Space
Space Available: 14919 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross
Lower Level
Space Available: 4293 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Map of 295 Front St, Brooklyn, NY, 11201

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