The brochure spotlights three commercial spaces in the enclave.
|The cover of the brochure promotes a new community amenity, proximity to the United Nations.|
|The actual commercial spaces, pictured. Clockwise, from top left: No. 45, No. 25 and No. 5.|
|This corner space in No. 25 was leased in 1971 by Conrad's, a shop specializing in high-end bicycles. |
It's still there today ‒ 46 years later! ‒ some kind of New York miracle.
|Set in No. 5's First Avenue arcade, this space has always been |
problematical as a commercial venture. It's unoccupied today.
|The grocery space in No. 45 has had many operators over time, |
but has continually been a grocery, and still is today.
|The fine print.|