Long-Running ‘Clinton Supermarket’ Put on the Market for $24K

Posted on: December 20th, 2016 at 5:00 am by
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One commercial anchor of upper Clinton Street is reaching a dead end. The Chinese-leaning Clinton Supermarket – on the block for more than a decade – just hit the market last week. Meaning, another lifeblood for locals is set to disappear.

Indeed, a real estate listing popped up on Craigslist a few days ago for the Clinton Supermarket space at 90 Clinton Street. The 4,700 square-foot space, its 5,000 square-foot basement, and six commercial stalls add up to $24,000 in monthly rent. Immediate occupancy is sought.

All uses are considered, yet given the listing, it appears restaurant/bar is favored.

The location is busy util the early hours of the morning, as well being located within a minute’ s walk to the nearest subway station. The space is perfectly suited for a restaurant, bar, convenience store, supermarket, or retail.

Features:
– Full Kitchen in basement
– Elevator
– 6 Walk in Fridge and Freezer
– 3 Bathrooms

On the ground, said stalls near the entrance are already cleared of goods.

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