Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Speaking of pharmacies....

A pharmacy is reportedly moving into the long-dormant space here on Third Street and Avenue A...

Patrick Hedlund at DNAinfo attended a CB3 Economic Development Committee meeting last Tuesday where representatives of the landlord of this rather empty stretch — the New York City Housing Authority — noted this pharmacy news...

Said Rob Stevenson, a broker for the Real Estate Group New York who’s lived in the neighborhood for the past 17 years: "[Average retailers] can't pay 6, $7,000 a month. That tells you what's going on down here."

Previously on EV Grieve:
Of the 147 storefronts on Avenue A, 70 of them are bars, restaurants or vacant

Whatever happened to the Two Boots Restaurant? Plus: NYCHA puts up two prime storefronts on Avenue A for rent

Sons & Daughters closing on Avenue A; new tenant for A and Third Street?

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