Foley Gallery Space on Allen Street is Up for Grabs

Posted on: August 15th, 2014 at 6:09 am by
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For the second time in a year, a leasing sign now tops the storefront of 97 Allen Street. The new banner arrived last month, and marks the end of the line at this address for the Foley Gallery. Another Chelsea transplant in our area, this particular showroom debuted in 2012.

A quick perusal of real estate listings on Craigslist turned up this post, which indicates that Foley is breaking the lease. Prospective tenants will be responsible for any broker fee, plus $6,495 in monthly rent. Looks like the building owner is hawking the 1,800 square-foot, “turnkey ready” property as an opportunity for all uses, including another gallery or even a restaurant.

Listings for the property had circulated the wire as far back as last August for $6,995, so the landlord has reduced the ask.

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