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Winick tapped to market prime corner spot in East Williamsburg

Jordan Kaplan
Jordan Kaplan

Winick Realty Group announced the availability of a newly-constructed corner retail space in the heart of East Williamsburg. Diana D. Boutross, Jordan Kaplan and Maxwell Podolsky are exclusively marketing the retail at 66 Ainslie Street on behalf of Slate Property Group.

“The neighborhood of East Williamsburg is booming with new residential constructions, new hotels, and an incredible mix of businesses that drive unprecedented traffic to the market,” said the broker team.

Dian Boutross
Diana Boutross

Located on the corner of Keap Street, the 4,497-square-foot retail space sits at the base of a 49-unit rental apartment building that is easily accessible to the five million riders who utilize the nearby Lorimer Street L and G train station, as well as the 160,000 vehicles that traverse the nearby Brooklyn Queens Expressway on a daily basis.

Featuring 12-foot ceiling heights and frontage on both Keap and Ainslie Streets, the retail at 66 Ainslie Street is surrounded by first-class retail that includes Sunac Natural Food, Barcade, Meat Hook Sandwich Shop, Forcella, Blind Barber, Burnside, The Saint Austere, Huckleberry Bar, Gimme Coffee, Brooklyn Cupcakes and many more. The building is located near two hotels, including a 14-story new construction that will include 188 hotel rooms, 59 apartments, underground parking and below-grade facilities for catering and more.

Max Podolsky
Max Podolsky

Boutross, Kaplan and Podolsky are eyeing a variety of uses for the retail space, including restaurants, beer gardens, fitness, childcare, and all medical related concepts. The retail availability can be divided and it will become available by the end of 2016.

For more information on Winick Realty Group, visit the company website www.winick.com.

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