150 Manhattan Avenue, #Retail

Rental Building | rented
Corner of Manhattan Avenue and Meserole Avenue
WEB ID: 3500690
    • 2 BATHS
    • 1500 APPROX. SQFT
    • PRE-WAR
    • BUILT 1921

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    About 150 Manhattan Avenue, #Retail

    Amazing commercial opportunity of 1500 Square feet prime corner in Williamsburg. Extremely high tin ceilings, 70 feet of brick wall, lots of windows, and three entry/exit points really make this space work for almost any business. Bars or Restaurants welcomed. Retail, Gallery, Yoga would thrive here. Full 1500 SF basement with two staircases, 8 foot ceilings, and a delivery chute. Please e...

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      150 Manhattan Avenue

      150 Manhattan Avenue

      Loft Building in Williamsburg

      Corner of Manhattan Avenue and Meserole Avenue

      3 UNITS
      4 STORIES
      1921 BUILT