Bar & Restaurant
The Lower East Side is steeped in New York City history. From an immigrant stronghold to a bastion of downtown nightlife, the neighborhood has been through a lot. It’s still changing today with lots of high-end development and international brands setting up shop in the area. This ground-floor space is located on busy Delancey Street, one of the LES’s major thoroughfares. Although raw and industrial; it maintains an airy vibe with high beamed ceilings, exposed-brick walls, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The floors are concrete, and the lighting is currently fluorescent overhead. With creativity and some care, this space has a lot of potential. One of the best features of this space is the location: It’s right across the street from Essex Street Market, around the corner from the ever-popular Tenement Museum, and within a quick walk from great restaurants like Dirt Candy. Additionally, the F train station is a block away.