Built in the late 1800s, 734 Broadway boasts a cast iron façade and high ceiling heights typical of the architecture of the period
Why this location?
Downtown Broadway offers a chic, edgy retail experience that has become synonymous with NoHo. 734 Broadway’s unique location on a major New York City thoroughfare, but within the eclectic and trendy neighborhood of NoHo, places it in the middle of two booming retail markets. Uniting classic style and luxury with edgy boutique retail, NoHo offers a paramount retail opportunity. Located between Astor Place and Waverly Place and surrounded by the New York University campus, 734 Broadway is a retail dream.
Heavily Trafficked Shopping District
734 Broadway is nestled in chic NoHo, between the hip Greenwich Village and East Village neighborhoods. With a commercial history dating back to the early 1850s, NoHo has prospered as a major retail hub, and retained a reputation for catering to a wealthy and international clientele. Abundant with loft apartments and trendy stores, NoHo attracts a high-end residential community, trendy young college students, and shoppers from all areas.
High-Density Trade Area
Pedestrians flock to NoHo for the neighborhood’s many retail, educational, artistic, cultural and social offerings. In addition, 734 Broadway offers ideal accessibility with five subway lines stopping in NoHo including the F, N, R, and 6, as well as seven bus lines such as the M1, M2, M3, M5, M6, M8, and M21.
Excellent Retail Opportunity
Built in the late 1800s, 734 Broadway boasts an opulent cast iron façade, a signature of the NoHo neighborhood. With approximately 2,500 SF of retail space on the ground floor, 24 feet of frontage and soaring, pre-war ceiling heights ranging from 11 feet to over 17 feet, the property affords retailers an array of advantages. Natural light cascades into the interior to highlight sought-after merchandise, and ample frontage allows for visibility along a highly trafficked thoroughfare.