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Re: How much would 700 sq feet by Grove Station go for in the leasing market in 2014?
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thank you.

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Re: How much would 700 sq feet by Grove Station go for in the leasing market in 2014?
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Probably 2000 bucks

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I been here since I bought when I received the tax credit and bought. Let's just say I am a happy customer to see the hipsters bombard this place my all knowing friend. Anyway, a friend of mine wants to get into the food business, the place is getting a hype to it as being the place to go for food. As a target place he would want to be west of the station and as close to Newark as possible. I noticed across the street is for rent by owner by Talde, however I did not call to ask what he is looking for.

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How much would 700 sq feet by Grove Station go for in the leasing market in 2014?


A lot.

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You have given us no info.

1. 700 sf of WHAT? Retail? Residential? Office? Ground floor? New building or old?
2. What it is zoned for?
3. I'll assume you mean Grove Street PATH Plaza, since "Grove Station" isn't what we call anything.
4. What is "by" Grove St.? On the corner? A block away? On what street? "By" is awfully relative, and I can assure you that being on the plaza is an entirely different price point than being a block away on Bay St, much less a few blocks away into Harsimus Cove or even diagonally across the street "near" the dated monstrosities on Columbus/Montgomery


I infer from your inquiry that you aren't very familiar with the area. May I suggest you spend some time here, perhaps speak to some locals, etc.?

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