Manhattan - Midtown 700 8th Avenue

700 8th Avenue Manhattan, NY 10007

700 8th Avenue, Manhattan, NY, 10007
700 8th Avenue, Manhattan, NY, 10007
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Amount:
Please Call Broker for Price

Last Verified:
Dec 31, 2021

Highlights:

  • Prime Small Retail Space at the Base of the Row Hotel NYC with over 1,300 Rooms
  • Formerly Occupied by Sugar Factory
  • Dry Use preferred
  • Rare Opportunity in Times Square/ Theater District neighborhood
  • Has separate entrance to Hotel Lobby
  • Between Columbus & Manhattan Avenue Between 44th & 45th Street

    Asking Rent:

    Upon Request

    Trains:

    1-train; 2; 3; n; q; r; w; 7; s; a; c; e

    Neighboring Tenants:

  • City Kitchen
  • Chick Fil A
  • Shake Shack
  • McDonalds
  • Roxy Delicatessen
  • Starbucks
  • Size:

  • Ground: 920 SF
  • Storage: 167 SF
  • Frontage:

  • 20'
  • Ceiling Height:

  • 10'

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