98 East Broadway Seeks Tenants

Posted on: March 4th, 2010 at 6:27 am by

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Back in 2007, the low-rise hardware store at 98 East Broadway was razed to make room for a gigantic out-of-context commercial building.  And since its completion last year, the new development has sat vacant, its glass facade studded with bilingual “for rent” signs. The search for tenants is on.

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[Photo via NYChinatown]

With the recent introduction of new signs, flags, and informational printouts, there is now a more concerted push for real estate advertisement onsite.  98 East Broadway is seeking medical practices or the like to occupy its upper full-floor units and bank/retail for ground floor.  All are office condominiums for sale.  According to its newish website:

The Ground, Mezzanine and Cellar Floor designed for Bank, Pharmacy and /or Retails Shopping Arcade…etc.

The Second Floor to the Seventh Floor is the Office Condominium specially designed for Medical and Professionals use.

98 East Broadway is located on the Empire State Zone. It is qualify by the Empire State Zone Tax benefit for the Owner and Tenant to do business here.

The Condominium Office from 2nd floor to 7th floor at 98 East Broadway NYC definitely ideal for the Medical and Professionals Self use, and as well as for long-term investment.

Pricing ranges from $1 million to $3.59 million.

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