The Lower East Side is fast becoming the most exciting district for the Arts in New York City, and 282 GRAND STREET is in the center of all the action. Designed by the award-winning architects Peterson Rich Office, 282 GRAND STREET is a new luxurious rental development with over 6,000 square feet of commercial gallery space on the street and lower levels, and residences beginning on the second floor. Neighbor to some of the best contemporary art galleries and museums, food and entertainment establishments the city has to offer, 282 GRAND STREET is also high accessible with several subway lines a stone’s throw away.
Slated to launch in early 2018, 282 GRAND STREET is an address earmarked to be the city’s next exciting art destination. If you’re thinking of setting up in New York City, or migrating from Chelsea or the Upper East Side, look no further… here’s a rare opportunity for you to do so.
- New prime commercial gallery space in an iconic building situated in the most exciting location in the Lower East Side: GRAND and ELDRIDGE
- Over 6,000 square feet of unobstructed space (street and lower levels)
- Street level: 4,000 square feet with clear street view
- Lower level: 2,000 square feet with additional storage room
- The space is 51 feet wide and 92 feet deep, with ceilings up to 15 feet high
- Wide two-way road with ample parking and bike lanes.
- Rear main level has open view to the lower level with a connecting open stair and a monumental 28 feet high rear wall with a stunning natural skylight
- Next to Grand Street station (B, D) and a short walk from Delancey Street station (F, J, M, Z)
- In the center of the most dynamic cultural neighborhood: the best art galleries, trendy restaurants, shopping and the New Museum is a stone’s throw away
- Early Advantage: Slated to launch in early 2018, possibility to work with developers on unique fittings during this early phase, or to divide space into two commercial spaces
More than 240 contemporary art galleries in the Lower East Side, and growing… 282 GRAND STREET is in good company with James Cohan, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, Miguel Abreu, Marc Straus and James Fuentes situated just next door. Check out the full list of galleries in the Lower East Side here.
A STONE’S THROW FROM MANY OF THE BEST FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT ESTABLISHMENTS.
Explore the map below of this vibrant neighborhood to see why LES is attracting the trendiest crowds: