Wednesday, December 19, 2012

2 retail spaces available at the former Cabrini Center on Avenue B and East Fifth Street

Here are two photos from this week showing the progress of the former Cabrini Center's conversion to an 80-unit residential building on Avenue B and East Fifth Street...

[Bobby Williams]

[Dave on 7th]

Meanwhile, here's more information about the two retail spaces that will be available in the former nursing home...


There are two spaces of comparable size available (listing is here — PDF) ...


There isn't any mention of rent. A few details per the listing:

Comments:
• New retail space being redeveloped at the base of an 80-unit residential building.
• Rising income levels.
• Growing residential population.
• All quality uses considered.

A lot of things rising and growing around here ...

Previously on EV Grieve:
Cabrini Center patients out by the end of today; closes for good June 30

Q-and-A with Patricia Krasnausky, president and CEO of Cabrini Eldercare

7 comments:

Mike said...

Looks like a home for Initech.

Makeout said...

Rising like blood pressure? Growing like anger?

glamma said...

Oh man if ever a building had f*cked up karma!!!
Can you IMAGINE kicking hundreds of elderly and disabled to the curb TO GO CONDO???
The horror. The shame.
Ben Shaoul, please go DIAF along with your sh*t-eatng corporate chains, thanks again for bringing 7-11 to pollute the east village, clearly you're a cultural maven. (NOT)

Shawn G. Chittle said...

BOYCOTT ALL BUSINESS IN THIS BUILDING!

Freddy the Teddy said...

Shawn - I can only hope you're not serious. People who call to boycott small businesses - for whatever reason - usually have no clue about the work and sacrifice it takes small business owners to get their dreams realized. They're self-righteous a-holes, thank you very much.
The next commercial tenant in that building has NOTHING to do with Ben Shaoul's lack of scruples. They should be judged only on the merits of their business.

Anonymous said...

I'm with you Shawn, don't worry about freddy the teddy's comments no small business could afford to rent from Shaoul anyhow

Anonymous said...

The bad Karma is on the city, Bloomberg, the Governor etc., for allowing Cabrini and St. Vincent's to get in a position to be sold in the first place- it's as if they want to simply hand everything over to these disgusting vulture developers. Short sighted people can't see that cities need hospitals and old age homes even if they're not cool and glamorous.