Two Buildings at Rivington and Suffolk Hit the Market for $12M

Posted on: September 17th, 2019 at 5:04 am by

155 Rivington St.

A pair of Lower East Side tenements in the orbit of Essex Crossing is now in the proverbial crosshairs. Both are on the market for a collective $12 million.

The two properties are located around the corner from each other at Rivington and Suffolk Streets, and combine for 17,684 square-feet of floor area. The four-story 155 Rivington boasts three floors of office space (formerly Kickstrter offices) atop the vacant retail previously held by Delilah, and is listed with a $7 million price tag; the three-story 116 Suffolk is going for $4.95 million, and consists of of eight apartments above the former Spreadhouse Cafe (three of those units are rent stabilized).

Spreadhouse in Feb. 2015

Cushman & Wakefield is the exclusive brokerage for the package.

Seller of record is Michelle Goldstein, who acquired the properties back in 2004.

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