Manhattan - Midtown East 130 East 57th Street

130 East 57th Street Manhattan, NY 10007

130 East 57th Street, Manhattan, NY, 10007
130 East 57th Street, Manhattan, NY, 10007
Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Dec 31, 2021


  • Formerly the famed Opia Restaurant
  • Fully Vented with Gas
  • Existing Infrastructure includes kitchen exhaust & hood
  • The entire 2nd Floor of the Hotel 57
  • Unparalleled location at the center of it all
  • 800 SF of basement storage
  • Close proximity to flagship NY Bloomingdales
  • High foot traffic area
  • Located on the desirable 57th Street retail corridor
  • Steps from several hotels, restaurants and luxury retailers
  • Between Columbus & Amsterdam Avenues Corner of Lexington & Park Avenue

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    Upon Request


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  • 2,169 SF Ground
  • 7,301 SF 2nd Floor
  • Frontage:

  • 150'
  • Ceiling Height:

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