Two-Story Commercial Conversion Underway At 290 Grand Street, Lower East Side

290 Grand Street290 Grand Street, photo via Bowery Boogie

A two-story building on the Lower East side is being converted into 4,288 square feet of commercial space. Cheuk Fan Cheung, doing business as an anonymous LLC, is behind the project at 290 Grand Street, according to Bowery Boogie. The ground floor will continue to house retail space while the second floor is being rebuilt as office space. A new façade appears to be in the works, and Jianxiong Wang’s JW Engineering Consulting is the applicant of record. Completion is expected in the spring of 2016.

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1 Comment on "Two-Story Commercial Conversion Underway At 290 Grand Street, Lower East Side"

  1. Hello Reid,
    My name is Ahmed Eldib, I’m the real estate broker for Citinest Group. We currently have the exclusive on this building and we created a website for the available spaces. The building consists of 7 commercial spaces, that can be combined in different ways. For more details about the property; interior photos, floor-plans, etc of the building visit: 290grand.com.
    Best,
    Ahmed

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