Prime corner pop-up store in Park Slope, on subway line

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Boutique / Shop
Entire
2,500 sq ft

Ideal uses

Retail
Showroom
Event
Art
Food
Photo Shooting

About this space

Prime Park Slope corner on 7th Ave / 9th Street.

Bright, open space ready for pop-up store opportunity on daily, weekly or monthly basis. Walls of windows facing south and east. Huge exterior and interior branding opportunity.

Will also consider window branding. Subway F & G lines stop outside the front door.

Adjacent to Starbucks, Five Guys, Barnes & Noble, UPS.


Amenities

Handicap Accessible
Electricity
Air Conditioning
Toilets
Lighting
Street Level
Window Display
Stunning View
Ground Floor
Daylight
Raw
Whitebox / Minimal
Large Door Entrance
Animals Friendly

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Availabilities

Minimum rental:
3 days
Maximum rental:
6 months

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