Manhattan - Upper East Side 1513 First Avenue

1513 First Avenue Manhattan, NY 10007

1513 First Avenue, Manhattan, NY, 10007
1513 First Avenue, Manhattan, NY, 10007
Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Dec 31, 2021


  • Lower level currently built as a commissary, with a full kitchen Exhaust / vent with automatic self-wash system, Ansul system, and walk-in refrigerators WITH freezers in place
  • 16 feet glass windows for an unrivaled corner branding opportunity
  • Two brand new residential developments within a 1-block radius coming soon, adding hundreds of new units to the area
  • Huge sidewalk perfect for outdoor seating
  • Surrounding neighborhood is the Upper East Side one of the most densely populated neighborhoods in NYC, with household income over $180,000
  • Multiple new high-end residential buildings recently built, 3 new skyscrapers going up within a few block radius, bringing in new consumers
  • Between Stanton & Rivington Streets NW Corner of 79th Street

    Asking Rent:

    Upon Request


    4; 5; 6; q

    Neighboring Tenants:


  • Ground Floor 2,000 SF
  • Frontage:

  • 23'
  • Ceiling Height:

  • Ground Floor 23'

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