Bar & Restaurant
Old meets new in NYC’s most eclectic neighborhoods. From the historical buildings to brand new luxury condos, the Lower East Side has an energy that’s quintessentially New York. In this part of town, there’s lots of foot traffic from tourists and locals who frequent the many restaurants and shops. Just a block south of Delancey Street, the area’s main thoroughfare, this airy two-floor former art gallery is in beautiful condition. Two large glass doors open from the street and two glass windows provide not only a super modern touch to the storefront but lots of natural light in addition to the overhead recessed gallery lighting. An open staircase leads to a lower level that is perfect for storage. View the floorplan for this space. This space is within a few blocks radius of hot-spots like Dirt Candy and Happy Ending and is around the corner from the Tenement Museum. It’s also two blocks from the Grand Street subway station or the Essex Street Station.