A Cushman & Wakefield team of Robert Burton, Maurice Suede, Bobby Carrozzo, Daniel Soyak and Vinny Puzio will be leading the marketing efforts on behalf of the property’s seller.
“This property features an excellent investment opportunity for a mixed-use building in Lower Manhattan,” said Robert Burton of Cushman & Wakefield. “Because retail and residential spaces continue to remain in high demand in TriBeCa, this building will continue to grow in value.”
311 Church Street is a five-story, mixed-use building located on the east side of Church Street in between Lispenard and Walker Streets in TriBeCa. The building is comprised of a ground retail unit with a basement and four free market residential units. The retail unit has been occupied by Macao for 12 years, an established restaurant with a lease expiring in March 2023. All residential units are currently occupied and feature a washer and dryer, boiler, security camera with a screen, oversized living rooms, virtual doorman and ceiling heights ranging from nine feet five inches to 11 feet.
The property is within walking distance to the Canal Street and Franklin Street subway stations with access to the 1, A, C, E, N, Q, R and W trains, as well as numerous restaurants, parks and retail options in the neighborhood.
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