11 Waverly Place is a 13-story pre-war building located in Greenwich Village. The building is situated two blocks away from the heart of NYU as well as only being one block away from Washington Square Park. With such popular and well trafficked locations close by, 11 Waverly is a prime spot for all types of enterprises.
Around the block from the 4th Street-Washington Square subway station, 18-20 Cornelia Street is a set of five story walk-up apartment buildings. With its proximity to NYU and other neighborhood attractions, 18 Cornelia Street is perfect for entrepreneurs who are looking to tap into Greenwich Village’s market.
Located on bustling St Mark's Place in the East Village, this five story walk-up ensures lots of foot traffic throughout the week. The nearby area is scattered with restaurants, bars and walk-ups. Being one of Manhattan’s most popular neighborhoods, the East Village is perfect for any kind of business looking to lay down roots.
Located in the East Village with Tompkins Square Park to its east, 110 East 7th Street is a six story walk-up. Much like the building, the surrounding area offers a cozy feeling while also having access to the more busy Tompkins Square Park right around the corner. 110 East 7th Street is ideal for business looking to expand and thrive.
Much like 110 East 7th Street, 122 East 7th Street neighbors Tompkins Square Park, in addition to offering a similar feeling to 110 East 7th. With plenty of walk-ups and boutiques in the area, this building is great for shops looking to open up in this trendy neighborhood.
Tucked away just under Washington Square Park, 124 MacDougal Street is a five story walk-up in the heart of Greenwich Village. As the building is located close by to multiple NYU facilities, the area’s foot traffic tends to consist of younger individuals. 124 MacDougal Street is ideal for businesses looking to tap into this collegiate area.
Located two blocks from the 1st Avenue subway station as well as two blocks northwest of Tompkins Square Park, 198 First Avenue is a five story walk-up. With access to both 1st Avenue and East 12th Street’s high traffic, 200 First Avenue is perfect for businesses seeking to exploit this unique and popular location.
Conveniently located two blocks away from the Christopher Street subway station and three blocks away from the West 4th Street-Washington Square station, 23 Jones Street is a six story walk-up in the heart of Greenwich Village. The building is close by to popular areas such as Washington Square Park and NYU, along with a plethora of restaurants and boutiques.
Situated just off of the always busy East Houston Street, 25 Clinton Street is a cozy five story walk-up. The location of the building offers the opportunity for foot traffic from Houston Street and nearby subway stations, granting the any business in the building easy access to a regular flow of potential customers.
26-30 Greenwich Avenue is a group of three buildings of various heights situated in Greenwich Village. With the historical Stonewall Inn two blocks away and Washington Square Park close by, any establishments in this group of building have a particular opportunity to capitalize upon the historical area’s foot traffic.
Across the Street from the 23rd Street subway station, this Chelsea apartment building is nearby well trafficked locations such as Whole Foods and neighboring several major subway lines. Due to this, the area around 208 West 23rd Street usually has a healthy influx of individuals. 208 West 23rd Street is perfect for businesses looking for an immediate customer base.
Halfway between Union Square Park and Tompkins Square Park, 245 East 11th Street is a larger apartment building. With quick access to nearby parks and public transportation, the area receives steady flow of pedestrians daily and is ideal for businesses hunting for a store that is both convenient and popular.
Merely a block away from Cooper Triangle, 32 East 7th Street is a six story walk-up in heart of Greenwich Village. With convenient access to the close by Astor Place subway station and various other neighborhood attractions 32 East 7th Street is perfect for businesses looking for a younger neighborhood to operate in.
34 East 7th Street is a six story walk-up right next to 32 East 7th Street and offers the same nearby attractions as 32 East 7th Street. This building is ideal for establishments searching for a place to settle down in this trendy neighborhood.
Just two blocks away from the Vernon Boulevard-Jackson Avenue subway station, 47- 45 Vernon Boulevard is a three story walk-up in Long Island City, Queens. With the average age of the neighborhoods residents being around 25 to 30 and the area becoming more and more trendy as time goes on, 47- 45 Vernon Boulevard is perfect for any establishment looking for an up and coming neighborhood with younger residents to open up shop in.
This five story walk-up boasts the advantage of having close access to the 1st Avenue subway station as well as being three blocks away from Mt Sinai Beth Israel hospital. With the high traffic of 14th Street, the building’s retail stores are perfect for any businesses seeking a quick customer base.
A block away from Tompkins Square Park, 543 East 5th Street is a six story walk-up with retail store suitable for a smaller establishment. With both a middle school and an elementary school nearby, establishments in 543 East 5th Street are sure to receive foot traffic from both locals and students alike.