Manhattan - Nolita 260-268 Elizabeth Street

260-268 Elizabeth Street Manhattan, NY 10007

260-268 Elizabeth Street, Manhattan, NY, 10007
260-268 Elizabeth Street, Manhattan, NY, 10007
Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Dec 31, 2021


  • Multiple unique retail spaces available on historic Elizabeth Street between Prince and Houston Streets - in the heart
  • of Nolitas trendy neighborhoods. Great for boutique-style shops such as coffee, bookstores, designer clothing.
  • A stroll along Elizabeth Street provides a good introduction to a variety of eating and shopping options. Nolitas stores
  • tend to be more unique to their neighborhood.
  • Between 7th & 8th Avenues Between East Houston & Prince Streets

    Asking Rent:

    Upon Request


    6; b; d; f; m

    Neighboring Tenants:


  • 260 Elizabeth Street: 600 SF+500 SFBasement
  • 262 Elizabeth Street: 600 SF+500 SFBasement
  • 264 Elizabeth Street: 1,200 SF+1,200 SFBasement
  • 268 Elizabeth Street (North): 700 SF+700 SFBasement
  • 268 Elizabeth Street (South):700 SF+700 SFBasement
  • Frontage:

  • 260 Elizabeth Street: 17'
  • 262 Elizabeth Street: 15'
  • 264 Elizabeth Street: 15'
  • 268 Elizabeth Street (North): 11'
  • 268 Elizabeth Street (South):10'
  • Ceiling Height:

  • 9' each

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