Winick Realty Group’s Charles Rapuano announced the availability of a rare retail corner at 750 Greenwich Street, located on the Southwest corner of West 11th Street in the heart of the West Village.
Previously Mark Lakin Gallery, the space is vacant for the first time in 20 years as the retail tenant, who also owned the building, sold to a foreign investor.
All uses are currently being considered for the storefront, which consists of 1,000 s/f on the ground floor with ceilings in excess of 10 feet and an additional 1,000 s/f in the lower level with ceilings in excess of eight feet.
“Corners rarely come available in this young, hip, vibrant neighborhood,” said Rapuano. “The area is filled with affluent families and professionals, making this one of the world’s wealthiest zip codes.”
With more than 65 feet of corner frontage, the incoming tenant will be poised to capture the attention of customers dining at the world-famous Spotted Pig across the street, as well as those who frequent the clothing and cosmetic stores that dot the nearby streets.
“A tenant can be very creative with their branding here,” said Rapuano.
“This is great opportunity for retailers of all sizes, whether they are a local operator looking to expand in Manhattan or
an international brand looking to open up a flagship location.”