Manhattan - Midtown 425-427 Seventh Avenue

425-427 Seventh Avenue Manhattan, NY 10007

425-427 Seventh Avenue, Manhattan, NY, 10007
425-427 Seventh Avenue, Manhattan, NY, 10007
Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Dec 31, 2021


  • Facing MSG and Penn Station new upcoming development
  • Tremendous billboard branding opportunity
  • Three story bi level space
  • Between Howard & Canal Streets Between 33rd and 34th Street

    Asking Rent:

    Upon Request


    1-train; 2; 3; a; c; e; b; d; f; m; q; r; w; path-train; lirr; amtrack

    Neighboring Tenants:


  • 425 7th Avenue: 3 Stories; 1,050 SF each
  • 427 7th Avenue:3 Stories; 1,050 SF each
  • Frontage:

  • 425 7th Avenue: 20'
  • 427 7th Avenue:20'
  • Ceiling Height:

  • 425 7th Avenue: 15'
  • 427 7th Avenue:15'

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