Bar & Restaurant
On any given day, thousands of locals and tourists make Canal Street one of the most heavily foot-trafficked parts of downtown New York. Whether it’s commuting to many of the businesses south in the Financial District or trying to find the latest restaurant to the north, in SoHo, this part of town is always busy. An unassuming grungy exterior of this building belies a large, clean space inside set up for retail take overs. With very high ceilings, lots of square footage, and two restrooms, the space is very flexible. The floors are a dark hardwood which paired with the exposed-brick wall, and overhead lighting gives the space a loft feel. There’s also a “wet bar” area with a marble countertop, cabinet storage, and a sink. Canal Street is easy to get to via car, bike, or subway as the 1/6/R/W/E/C train stations are all within a short walk.