Two Large Retail Spaces Available at Gretsch Building in Williamsburg
Winick Realty Group reports the exclusive listings for two retail spaces at the well-known and much written about Gretsch Building in Williamsburg.
One of the earliest condo developments in Williamsburg, a loft conversion, the building contains 132 residential units (all occupied), a built-in customer base for its future retail tenants.
There is also a considerable amount of new residential construction underway nearby, including the 72-unit 240-foot-long development across the street at 53 Broadway, a project of the Kaish & Taub Development Group.
At the Gretsch, the new owner of the retail condominium space has selected Winick to find tenants for the two spaces, which both extend from the front to the back of the building, according to Winick’s Amanda Scoblick and Diana Boutross, who are handling leasing along with Frank Terzulli.
The east space has 7,960 square feet at street level, plus 9,232 square feet on the lower level, 121 feet of windowed frontage along Broadway and windows front and back.
The west space has 7,464 square feet at street level, plus 5,558 square feet on the lower level, 104 feet of windowed frontage along Broadway and also windows front and back.
“We’re looking for a mix of uses, including a market and a restaurant,” Scoblick said.
Added Boutross, “The space is so beautiful. It’s a warehouse-looking space with high ceilings and windows front and back. It would be great for a restaurant.”
Both agents mentioned other restaurants in the neighborhood and along Broadway (“it has always been a viable retail corridor”), including Peter Luger’s, Dressler’s and Marlo & Sons, which also has a small gourmet market in front with the restaurant in back.
Possession is immediate, according to Scoblick, who added that smaller divisions of the two spaces are also possible and will be considered.
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