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Cushman & Wakefield has been retained to secure a tenant for a retail space at 190 Dyckman Street. The space is located between Vermilyea Avenue and Broadway in Manhattan’s Inwood neighborhood.

The space contains approximately 5,700 square feet on the ground floor with 14-foot ceilings and an additional 2,350 square feet of selling basement space.  Formerly occupied by Duane Reade, it benefits from approximately 57 feet of highly visible frontage along Inwood’s primary shopping corridor.  The space features 800 amp electric service and 3.5’ gas line, making it ideal for restaurant or fast food use.  The space is divisible and all uses will be considered.

Inwood experiences very heavy foot traffic from both its residential and work force populations.  The space is located one block from the A express train and neighboring retailers include Starbucks, McDonald’s, GNC, Planet Fitness, Duane Reade, and 7-Eleven.  

“This space is a rare opportunity for the right national tenant to capitalize on the steadily increasing income demographic that is transforming the Inwood area. With the tremendous success of Starbucks one block away and the grand opening of Tryon Public House around the corner, the demand for quality retail in the area has been well documented,” said Cushman & Wakefield’s Dylan Murphy, who is exclusively marketing this space. “Divisible to 3,000 square feet, this is an ideal space for a wide variety of food, grocery, and apparel retailers,” Murphy continued.

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Neighborhoods: Inwood/ Agents: Dylan Murphy