Gristedes site on Upper East Side could fetch $100M
Proximity to Second Avenue subway likely to factor into East 86th Street site's value
A privately owned Upper East Side development site that could end up costing more than $100 million is now on the market.
A single-story Gristedes supermarket currently occupies the site at 350 East 86th Street, between First and Second avenues. The parcel can hold up to 153,000 square feet of residential space — if the developer includes affordable housing, according to Crain’s.
The property will only be a block away from a stop on the new Second Avenue subway. The line is set to begin operating in 2016.
Gristedes, the supermarket chain owned by developer John Catsimatidis, has a lease that runs through the first quarter of 2016 for the space. S. Gerstner owns the site, property records show.
Jones Lang LaSalle’s Richard Baxter and Glenn Tolchin are marketing the property and handling the sale on behalf of the landlord, a family that has owned the property for several decades. [Crain’s] — Claire Moses