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ABS Partners begins marketing Williamsburg conversion

ABS Partners Real Estate has announced the conversion of 80,000 s/f of former industrial space to office and retail space available for the first time at 215 Moore Street in East Williamsburg.

215 Moore Street, a former steel warehouse, is part of 2.3-acre block that was purchased in 2014 by Toby Moskovits, chief executive of Heritage Realty Partners, in a partnership with Michael Lichtenstein of the Lichtenstein Group. Office and retail spaces range from 1,500 to 80,000 s/f and can be delivered with custom tenant build outs. Ben Waller and Evan Kresman of ABS Partners are the exclusive leasing agents for 215 Moore Street.

“215 Moore Street is the only converted warehouse in the area where spaces are being pre-built with well thought out designs, and where companies can also pursue the option to custom build to best suit their needs. The business district of East Williamsburg/Northern Bushwick has become a destination neighborhood for restaurants, galleries, office users and dynamic mix of flex commercial users,” said Waller, a director at ABS Partners.

“Businesses that need a combination of office, retail space and or light manufacturing space will have the opportunity at 215 Moore Street to bring their operations under one roof. Tenants, including media and technology firms, fashion companies, art galleries and a number of artisanal food purveyors have already expressed an interest in the property.”

Situated on the corner of Moore and White Streets in East Williamsburg, 215 Moore Street is a former steel fabrication warehouse consisting of four interconnected buildings.

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