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Cushman & Wakefield has been retained on an exclusive basis to sell a building at 371-373 East 10th Street. The property is located between Avenues B and C in Manhattan’s East Village neighborhood. The asking price is $15,000,000.

The walk-up building contains approximately 20,688 square feet and sits on a 40’ x 94.79’ lot. It consists of six floors, featuring excellent ceiling heights, multiple air shafts, and a large open stairwell.
Additionally, it contains a 40’ x 80’ usable garden level space and a 15’ rear yard. The building is situated within an R8B zoning district, allowing for residential use, and will be delivered vacant upon sale.

The property is conveniently located steps away from Tompkins Square Park and a vibrant array of dining, shopping, and nightlife options. Delivered vacant, it presents a rare opportunity for a value-add redevelopment project in one of New York City’s most sought-after neighborhoods.

“This property offers a developer the possibility of building free market apartment rentals or condominiums a half block from Tompkins Square Park,” said Cushman & Wakefield’s Michael DeCheser who is exclusively marketing this property with Darragh Clarke.

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Neighborhoods: East Village/ Agents: Michael DeCheser