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Prime Corner Restaurant Space Hits the Market in West Village

Neighbors include Red Hook, Detroit Vegan Soul, and Craft Work

Courtesy of James Tumey
Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.

West Village’s neighborhood dining scene is gathering steam with the recent debut of La Bohème and spots like Brix Wine & Charcuterie Boutique and Geiger Eat Shop on the way.

Now the developers helping fuel the area’s mini retail and residential boom are on the hunt for a new tenant to join the neighborhood’s already strong league of restaurants. After months of work and a slow rollout of apartment leases, Banyan Investments has finally put its prime West Village Manor retail space on the market.

Located at the corner of Agnes Street and Van Dyke, the recently renovated restaurant-ready suite just listed for $4,000 per month. The 1,600-square-foot space features a 600-square-foot patio area, a connected parking area, a new HVAC system, and big wrap-around windows.

Neighbors on the block would include Red Hook, Detroit Vegan Soul, and Craft Work — not to mention the tenants living upstairs. The Loft Warehouse even took the liberty of creating a rendering of a future, unknown eatery. Scope out the space at 1400 Van Dyke below.

rendering James Tumey
James Tumey
James Tumey
James Tumey
James Tumey

Restaurant and Patio Space 1400 Van Dyke Brochure [The Loft Warehouse]

West Village Restaurant Space - Corner Frontage [The Loft Warehouse]

Look Inside the Newly Renovated West Village Manor [CDET]

All Up For Grabs Coverage [ED]