Former OTB at 105 Delancey Still for Rent

Posted on: December 27th, 2011 at 7:30 am by

The long-vacant storefront just doesn’t seem to reel in any bites from prospective businesses.  105 Delancey Street remains a dead zone over a year after OTB officially departed the premises (yup, it’s been that long!).  Various strategies for placing leasing signs on the storefront ensued, including both posters and banners.  But now the property is being repped by another party – Lee & Associates – and the campaign to attract a new store is amped to 11.

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That lovely OTB ghost signage, arguably our favorite in the neighborhood, is itself masked with a “for rent” sign of its own.  A temporary billboard that hawks both the 2,332 square-foot store and the building facade for advertising same. According to the listing, all uses are considered, including bar or restaurant.  Rents negotiable. Here we go…

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