An actual full-service supermarket is coming to Dumbo!

Dumbo Market will replace parking garage at 66 Front Street

TRD New York /
Nov.November 17, 2017 04:35 PM

Dumbo Market (Credit: Night Nurse Images, Inc.)

Dumbo is about to get its very own full-service supermarket.

The grocery store, called Dumbo Market, will be located at 66 Front Street, where it will replace a parking garage, according to the Commercial Observer.

Two Trees Management has leased the site to the store, which will span 16,000 square feet and be operated by the family that runs Brooklyn Harvest Market in Williamsburg.

Dumbo Market inked a 20-year lease for the space and should open early next year.

The Jehovah’s Witnesses’ massive selloff of their Brooklyn properties has lately been dominating the real estate market in Dumbo. Developer Jeffrey Gershon just closed on his $60 million purchase of the religious group’s site at 74 Adams Street, where he plans to construct a 10-story residential building. [CO] – Eddie Small


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