Russian supermarket owner cuts M18 million on Bay Ridge building for new outpost – Business Observer

Owner of a Russian grocery store, Tashkent Supermarket, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, was built for $ 18 million to get its third place, Commercial Observer Learned.

Odiljon Dursunov Two storey retail building purchased in 1769 86th Street Bay between 17th Street and 18th Avenue Tim JisRelated properties, Step Lee & Associates NYCS Mark Kapnick, Who is the only broker.

Kabnik said Tarshunov began searching for a site for a new location for the pre-Tashkent epidemic, and landed at 86th Street because it was located in a busy corner.

The building was not for sale, and the process was delayed when the owner worked to vacate the entire 36,000-square-foot property, but it was finally closed last week.

“There will be extensive renovations on the exterior and interior of the building,” Kapnick said in a statement. “The ground floor and supermarket, the second floor will be a social utility with services such as legal offices focusing on immigration, medicine, dentistry, travel and education, with these services to the Russian community living in the area.”

There is no deadline for when Tashkent will open its Bay Ridge outpost, Kabnik added.

Tashkent currently has a location on Brighton Beach 713 Brighton Beach Avenue, And Tursunov plans Open Greenwich Market In 378 Avenue of the Americas.

Sophia Harrison

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I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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