Our anchor store is Value Village, a 20,000 square foot, discount, home and variety store which opened in June, 2002. Value Village is owned by the principals of Value Drugs, a chain based in the New York Metropolitan area. Value Drugs sold all of its Manhattan stores to Duane Reade. Value still operates drug stores in Long Island and Westchester County, New York. The new store features a Hardware department, housewares, pharmacy, health and beauty aids, home decor and accessories, toys, gifts, and packaged food and candy. No pharmacy is operated at this location.
Also featured is Empire Cinemas, a multiplex theater in the rear of the Value Village Store. The entrance to the store is through the Value Village premises. It is a 360 seat, three screen, state-of-the-art cinema featuring first run movies. The cinema is projected to generate 75,000 ticket sales a year.
FOR RENT 5,000 sq. ft. May divide. Smaller spaces may be recaptured for rated tenants. Call for information.
Available exclusively through:
ARIES DEITCH & ENDELSON, INC.
110 S. Central Ave.
Hartsdale, NY 10530
Call Barry Endelson (914)949-2800 ext. 103, (914)949-2424 fax
or Bill Hesse ext. 101, or Marty Deitch ext. 113
Co-Tenants: McDonald's, Car Wash, Value Village Discount, ATT Wireless, Liquors, Pizza, Cleaners, Hair Salon, O'Conner's, Laundry, H&R Block, Fiesta Mexicano Restaurant, Bagels, Chinese Restaurant, Sushi restaurant, Dental group, State of NY, Brewster Athletic Club, Medical offices.
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DEMOGRAPHIC OVERVIEW 2000 ESTIMATES:
3 Mile population 12,641; 5 Mile population 49,139; 10 Mile population 197,405
Median income 3 miles: $72,176; 5 miles $73,094; 5 miles $69,740
Rt. 22 Traffic Count approximately 25,000 cars per day
The Highlands Rt. 312 and I-84 Brewster, NY. 2 miles west. The Highlands. Power center anchored by The Home Depot, Kohl's, DiCicco's, Marshall's, Michael's and Applebees.
Road Access: From White Plains, I-684 north to the end then Rt. 22 north 2 miles, From Danbury CT, I-84 west to Rt. 6 Brewster then Rt.22 north 2 miles. From Fishkill, Newburgh & Poughkeepsie, I-84 East to exit #19, Rt.312 east 2 miles to center.